CSXT Columbia local F750 has just finished their day of work and are pushing back further into Cayce Yard to store their power until the next day.
A later running Q211 arrived into Cayce being led by a pair of SD40-3s. They are doing their brief yard work before coupling back up to the autoracks and taking those on to Dixiana.
After CSXT Q211 arrived in Cayce Yard, they swapped crews and began to do a small amount of yard work before moving down the line to Dixiana. Here they are pulling around the curve and will wait ... (more)
After CSXT Q211 arrived in Cayce Yard, they swapped crews and began to do a small amount of yard work before moving down the line to Dixiana. Here they are setting off 21 tanker cars and picking ... (more)
Columbia local P77 is working their portion of the C-Line. Here they are at a facility off Old Dunbar Road and are shoving back down a short spur to pick up 1 box car with a pair of high hoods. T... (more)
The crew of Columbia local P75 brings their hammerhead Dash 9 past the Southern Searchlight which will soon be falling.
Several days ago I got an inside heads up that Q211-15 was a few days away from Columbia, SC with CSX 8443 and 8717 for power - a fantastic EMD duo. However, as many people know, the CSX computer... (more)
The daily run of autoracks from Louisville, KY to Dixiana, SC sees a former Conrail SD60 with marker lights illuminated pulling to the South End of Cayce Yard. They will set off a few cars before... (more)
The daily run of autoracks from Louisville, KY to Dixiana, SC sees a former Conrail SD60 with marker lights illuminated doing some quick yard work. They are in the process of setting off a few ca... (more)
One of the very few YN2 painted SD70ACe's on the CSXT roster is seen here working the yard in Cayce, SC.
The Cayce Yard crew is about to switch tracks with 2 different sets of power and shove back further into the yard. Here they are pulling to a stop at the switch point.
CSX Columbia local Y120 makes its way out of Cayce Yard en route to Dixiana. Here they are passing Commercial Metals and you can see the CMC Johnson switchers sitting in their "yard" ar... (more)