At MP 38, one of the few remaining signal bridges on this stretch of CSX still stands tall as CSX intermodal Q019 rolls through the shadows in the last hours of summer light. Locomotives:<... (more)
A trio of AC units leads 441 south thru the Funnel.
St Albans Vt-Montreal Canadian National 323 is racing north through the Richelieu River Valley at sunset.
Cursing down Raccoon Mountain CSX Q133-05 (North Baltimore, OH-Jacksonville,FL) is a few miles at the end of its trip on the CSX Chattanooga Sub. The long train will run down the main the main tra... (more)
CSX manifest freight Q363 passes by the classic bracket signal at CP 37 on the east side of Dunkirk, NY. The days are numbered for these signals, with new signals already standing for the westboun... (more)
The CSX Geometry train makes a surprising run up the A&WP/WofA mainline today scanning the rails as it heads north. Typical afternoon thunderstorms paint the sky a nice deep blue almost matching ... (more)
Q237 comes south thru Folkston with new automobiles for the Florida market.
Evening begins to set in West Point as today's A746 finds itself unable to complete the task of working all its customers. So the train with one engine and 29 cars will take a rest on the West Po... (more)
Due to a broken knuckle experienced down near the Twin Ports, CSX 3469 with it's Roseport coke loads in tow ply the rails thru Virginia, MN as the sun hits the horizon for the day.
A CSX train rolls past Lafayette Amtrak Station on a warm sunny morning.
Veteran EMD war wagons shuffle blocks of freight in trimmer duty on a busy Saturday morning as a GE powered K648 sits parked in the background awaiting a crew.
CSXT 4384 (SD40-3) leads CSX Q254-16 east out of Indianapolis, Indiana on its way to Cleveland, Ohio.
A pair of CSX ES40DC's lead westbound autorack train Q263 through the outskirts of Erie on a June evening. Locomotives:CSX 5444 ES40DCCSX 5432 ES40DC
A SCENE WITHIN A SCENE
CSX B705 helper set returning to Brunswick, MD passes Point of Rocks as a local painter looks on practicing his craft.