After climbing south from Elkhorn City to Trammel and cutting their pushers off in Dante, CSX southbound loaded coal train U355-18 rounds a sweeping curve as it parallels the NS Clinch Valley Dist... (more)
Detouring up the Delaware
The first of two detouring CSX garbage trains continues its journey on the NYS&W as it passes through the small town of Callicoon, NY. Freight trains ... (more)
A pair of CSXT GEVO's are on the point of the IVNKC 17 moving south through Grandview, MO as storms move through the KC metro. The train is just a couple miles away from its destination, the IFG I... (more)
A northbound limestone train curves through the gorge north of Chaska, TN, crossing Hickory Creek as the sun sets below the bluffs.
A southbound pipe train meets a northbound grain train, seen here stopped under the old coaling tower at Chaska. A helper was stationed here in the days of steam to assist trains over the Duff Mou... (more)
The helper engine from Morley is at the lead of X751, assisting the train after it stalled further south in Lake City. The train is seen here crossing the large Davis Creek trestle at Habersham, r... (more)
The short version of CSX's Tropicana Juice Train hustles out of Palmetto passing Port Manatee. SD70MAC 2nd out on this run.
CSX 3041 rounds an S-Curve upgrade toward the new park and train viewing area in Stone Creek, VA just off of state route 606 near US 421
Late humid rays were about all that was left in Palmer, Massachusetts on July 15, 2015, and some were thinking, " Man...Wouldn't it be perfect if a train showed up right about now?" Not... (more)
Walking on water. The Tropicana Juice train rolls along the edge of the Gulf of Mexico crossing the massive Big Manatee River Bridge. This is a daily but Thu and Sat train.
The hottest train on CSX begins it's journey northward. CSX O823 works the train over the waters of the Big Manatee bound for Tampa where it continues as Q740.
CSX Q380 passes through Palatine Bridge, NY with CSXT 7762 (C40-8W) leading a big 6 engine consist.
CSXT 8580 crosses the Clinch River at South Starnes to take the siding to meet a short mixed freight holding the main.
Gotta love those ex NYC signals!