The rear DPU of unit coal train T731-30 is seen passing the Old Mill Restaurant in Acworth, GA. The trainload of Eastern Kentucky coal is rolling south on the W&A Subdivision bound for South Caro... (more)
CSXT Columbia local F750 is finishing their day of work as they return to Cayce Yard with the veteran EMD and former Conrail power in charge.
Rare Hudson Line freight with 3 sequential schemes. Due to work at the connection between the Carman and Hudson Subs in South Schenectady, the West Albany and Troy locals detoured over the west en... (more)
The CSXT 300 looks a little different from its other AC powered GE wide cab brethren. The lack of a lightning bolt beneath the cab number makes this AC4000 an odd duck indeed as the locomotive is... (more)
Starting to pull. CN 327 with CSXT 5207 & CSXT 416 is slowly starting to pull after waiting for CN 368 to clear the north track of CN's Montreal Sub at Dorval; the latter train's tail end i... (more)
Q126 marches through downtown Birmingham, Alabama and along side the former L&N passenger station which now serves Amtrak's Crescent.
The Ringling Brothers & Barnum Bailey 'Red Unit' circus train cruises down the 76 corridor, sealing itself in history one final time at this railfan favorite spot. At left, a former Ringling emplo... (more)
The CSX West Albany local is switching 5 loads out of Rensselaer Iron & Steel. Due to the length of track between the switch and end of track bumper, this requires 2 moves. As the local pulls towa... (more)
CSXT 5207 & CSXT 416 lead a 78-car CN 327 by the VIA Dorval Station. CN 327 is picking up speed as it passes the station, it had been stopped just east of here, waiting for CN 368 to pass before i... (more)
Early on a December morning, a CSX coal train crosses the historic CN&L Bridge over the Broad River.
CSX 163 leads train Q026 through Folkston on its way to Bedford Park
CSXT 5207 & CSXT 416 lead a 78-car CN 327 through Beaconsfield on a gorgeous and warm afternoon.
CSX Y101 enters Devine Junction heading out to work its local jobs.