CSX train Q137 passes by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 1891 station in Brunswick, MD designed by famed architect E. Francis Baldwin.
Now I've come close to a good over/under many, many times here, but to have it work out so perfectly, well, there's no describing it! As loaded coal train T193 heads east on the C&O mainline (top)... (more)
Empty grain hoppers make their way west with Old Glory flying above the cab on this Fourth of July weekend. In the distance, the former C&O signal bridge can be seen, still standing after the repl... (more)
End of an era as the last of the Belt line is removed. The last customer having left in 2012, CSX had no use for what was left.
After stalling in the Breaks Gorge, the first cut of X800 rolls Southbound out of McClure Tunnel, passing the Clinchfield era signal. Moves on this stretch of railroad are very rare.....but slowly... (more)
Southbound coal loads parallel Lick Creek through Hamlin, Va., located on the north end of the ex-Clinchfield a few miles north of St. Paul, Va.
Looking like something out of a model railroad, this scene is actually the site of a Limestone quarry in the heart of Rockcastle County Kentucky. The rail lines on the left were once part of the ... (more)
A Nashville bound freight train sits waiting on the mainline for a local job to clear up at the yard a few miles ahead in Cartersville, as the evening sun begins to fade away.
A pair of CSX light EMD units sit basking in the hot Georgia sun, as they await their next assignment. These engines have been working the local area as of late.
CSX Roadslug 2334 leads local C750 east at CP-58 in Westfield, NY.
One final view from the Bear Mountain Bridge as the P927 (CSX/Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus Red Train) rolls over the trestle at Iona Island and shows a spectacular reflection off of t... (more)
Eastbound Amtrak P030 rolls through the S curve approaching the eastbound signals at Salisbury Junction.
A Harsco Track Technologies rail grinder outfit crests the "Summit of the Alleghenies" at Sand Patch.
Q025 screams through the central Tennessee countryside as work progresses to lengthen the siding at Chapel Hill.