UP 9906 (SD59MX / SD59M-2) poses in perfect evening sunlight at Park while CSX Q284 waits for a signal into Osborn Yard.
Northbound CSX autorack train Q284 waits for a signal
to proceed into the Louisville yard is lead by a unique
Hooray! After minor problems caused the locomotive to be removed from its first run the day before, the Gramlings breathed a sigh of relief as their fresh Lehigh Valley Coal 126 finally made its f... (more)
Showing its obvious heritage with its red marker lights
aglow CSX SD60I 8727 leads Q235 south from Louisville's Osborn Yard as it splits the signals at Park.
The 8727 was former Conrail 5588.
A northbound Herzog Ballast train is tied up at Park.
The conductor of R.J.Cormans empty aluminum train
K562 gives CSX Q235 a rollby as a UPS jet takes off for
Southbound Q205 leaves Osborn Yard as it passes the signals at Park.
Northbound work train near Park. Q201 heads south on the near track.
KCS SD70ACe 4020 is in charge for this days CSX
Q215 as it departs Osborn yard south for Nashville.
CSX train Q525 is departing Osborn Yard with a shiny new pair of Union Pacific GE AC4400CW-CTE's for power. Q525 usually ran with a mixed bag of older power so the new UP units were a nice catch.
southbound CSX train Q215 with C40-8W #7690 is just leaving Osborn Yard and meets northbound K562 empty aluminum ingot train led by RJ Corman GP38-2 #3804 at Park.
Here's a look at the cab of the last Maine Central steam locomotive to pull a train in regular service, MEC 470.
A rare find in these parts is this former EMD leasing SD70M. Canon EOS 10D, 28-135mm IS F3.5-5.6
The empty RJ Corman aluminum ingot train is powered by a pair of shiny former DRGW SD40T-2's. Canon D30, Tamron 28-75 F2.8 XR Di
BNSF SD75M's #8225 and 8223 lead CSX train Q589 south out of Osborn Yard. BNSF #8225 was also lead unit for Q589 on November 16. A defect detector is located behind me here at MP 9.5.