Under a vibrant sunset, CSX U307 crawls through the Monroe, NC rail yard with three locomotives and over 100 hoppers in tow.
With two turbines and two generators in tow, CSXT 3172 pulls train W988 South along Highway 75 in Mineral Springs, NC.
On a cool fall afternoon, F962 wakes up downtown Waxhaw, passing the leaf-covered picnic tables and sidewalks.
With the conductor motioning the engineer to shove back to his train,Q469's power rolls through the switches at the South End of the Monroe Yard.
Emerging from the fog, Q676 rolls through the small town of Waxhaw, NC on a quiet Sunday morning.
A trio of SD40M-2s with SD45 carbodies split the now-gone Seaboard signals at Waxhaw, NC.
Q676 rolls into Waxhaw, NC to meet Q619, passing a 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S.
Q619-01 out of Hamlet, NC today had a BNSF SD70ACe leading. Here it is passing under the NS W-Line in Carlisle, SC.
The Baltimore & Ohio 175th Anniversary caboose just outside of Houston, NC today along Highway 75. The empty rail train would tie up at Monroe, NC.
A very uncommon coal train on the Monroe Subdivision rolls through the soon-to-be gone 308 Holdout signals.
CSX X144, a test train heading to Portsmouth, VA, rolls through Waxhaw, NC on a warm Saturday morning with a pair of Union Pacific locomotives.
An 11-day old ES44AH from Erie, PA leads this Southbound freight train to New Orleans just outside of Waxhaw, NC. This is the first photo of the CSXT 3100 in operation.
The final Q619 bound for New Orleans out of Hamlet of 2012 rolls through the curves at the South End of Waxhaw, NC.
A Southbound work train rolls through Mineral Springs, North Carolina.
Q619 heads South through Van Wyck, SC.