The westbound Capitol Limited clears the signals at Weverton, Maryland.
Manifest Q373 with a CSX SD40-2 and a CN SD75I for power await a crew to continue the journey to Cumberland, MD.
Spring Is Coming! Really! Or at least it did come in 2008 (and every other year during which I have been alive!) and it will come again. And then there will be lots of green and, in plac... (more)
Pulling hard leaving Brunswick Yard after making it's drop off and pick up is Rocky Mount, NC to Cumberland, MD manifest Q416 and it five engine consist rolling through the Weverton interlocking. ... (more)
Weverton, MD 3/5/2012 - How CSX makes money: Westbound Q-416 is leaving Brunswick yard bound for Cumberland, MD with just seven cars behind four locomotives (some presumably offline). The Richmond... (more)
Weverton, MD 3/5/2012 - Taken from the public road crossing at Weverton as the train drifts away, a pair of SD-40-2s trail behind 150 loaded coal hoppers on U-827. It is somewhat uncommon to see h... (more)
Heritage Unit #156 leads a westbound P029 at Weverton. Also in the consist is the deadheading Martina McBride tour cars.
A Maryland State Trooper gets the story from the driver of a car wedged up against the mainline near the Weverton interlocking. The Q276 crew stopped just in time to avoid hitting the stuck vehicl... (more)
CSX SD80MAC leads an empty autorack running wrong main west. CSX MOW personnel watch the roll by as they are removing the codeline and poles at Weverton. Thanks CRB and BGA.
Winding along the banks of the Potomac River, this eastbound manifest peaks out of a break in the trees.
"Rock Runner" K751 passes through Weverton on its way back from the Shenandoah Subdivision. The three GP40-2's and GP38 made this seem like the Chessie days!
An all standard cab consist leads this eastbound autorack train.
With both mains shut down, the CSX Brunswick Car Department along with Cranemasters change out an axle that overheated on a loaded tank car of Chlorine.