CSX train Q272-08 is seen crossing Bridge 40 on the former L&N Short Line between Louisville and Cincinnati.
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Held for orders. A westbound stack train waits for clearance.
Two nice EMDs round the reverse S curve with a large stacker on an unusually slow Saturday on the River Sub.
CSX Train Q-114 heading southbound on the Iona Island Trestle.
The last orange rays of the setting sun catch 8421 in the middle of a switching move.
CSX intermodal Q161 thunders west through Palatine Bridge, NY on a steamy August afternoon. A standard cab C40-8 is an atypical leader for a train such as Q161.
Work on the Popolopen Creek trestle pauses as a ES44DC led southbound passes.
Work on the Popolopen Creek trestle pauses as a AC4400CW led southbound passes.
A Lone GP40-2 set sits in the yard in West Springfield as Q424's power moves to the West end of the yard to park the power.
"One unit wonder." This recently repainted GE is wearing the newest "boxcar" logo, and is the sole power on these northbound ethanol empties.
CSX WO 26 heads west at Shenandoah Junction. Tucked in behind the units is the Department Of Transportation test car DOTX 216
About an hour after sunrise, CSXT 10 sits on the head end of a southbound coal train awaiting a meet with a northbound freight.