MMID 2060 and 3450 work the CSX interchange at Highfield.
The Maryland Midland Heritage Unit leads the Midland's UBHF onto the CSX interchange at Highfield, MD.
Newest power on the Maryland Midland, SD40-2's #3451 and 3450, make a set out at the CSX interchange.
It's a frosty 26 degrees in Highfield, MD as the Maryland Midland UBHF pulls into the CSX interchange. Most of these cars are loaded with cement from the Lehigh Cement Co. plant in Union Bridge. A... (more)
Shove ’em east: After getting to the CSX interchange at Watson, Indiana, Southern Indiana Railroad (SIND) S-2m No. 103 runs around the train and begins the shove into the interchange track on Augu... (more)
Still hauling bituminous and in their old colors! After years of being here in nasty weather I found most of the roster drowsing in the beautiful sunshine framed by the leaves of a magnificent ol... (more)
The grade up to the interchange at Watson brought Southern Indiana Railroad (SIND) No. 103 to its knees with the heavy cars of cement on August 10, 2012. We were able to “chase” the train on foot ... (more)
Southern Indiana Railroad S-2m No. 103 leaves its train at the CSX interchange at Watson and crosses Shungate Road on August 10, 2012. SIND is a small railroad servicing a cement plant that operat... (more)
On a warm Sunday afternoon CSX power, crossing Cureton Ferry Road, returns from the CSX/NS yard (shared by both railroads) to tie up for the night.
NS P55 will soon come into the yard from the SB... (more)
Imagine my suprise when I just pulled off the interstate on a business trip, not expecting much, and these were there, still in the scheme of their prior owner.
Part of the Laurinburg & Southern empire awaits Monday to move a few cars.
The Union Bridge - Highfield Turn sits on the CSX interchange track while collecting cars for it's return to Union Bridge, MD
Five NECR units shove back to their train at the CSX interchange in Palmer, MA
The MUD local brings down a bunch of cement hoppers from Lehigh Cement and take an equal amount back up the line. Props to Doug B. for the help.