CSX H875, a South Charleston local has just returned from American Chemical in Marmet and is now resting in the yard at South Charleston.
I was able to catch this one just as the sun was going in behind some clouds. These brutish looking switch engines sound as good as they look.
CSXT Y108 totes intermodal cars bound for FEC 101 later in the day. The line between Bowden Yard (behind us) and the center of Jacksonville can be quite busy. This was one of 4 trains seen in abou... (more)
CSX 1217 leads business cars across the St. Johns. Found out that these cars were being sent to the FEC to go to Miami for a special run to the Port of Miami with the FEC Railway as the FEC works ... (more)
Was very surprised to find a CSX move with two CSX passenger cars.
CSX 1234 and 1136 run light north across the LIRC bridge into Indiana as a beautiful autumn day ends.
It's Ms. Margret behind the Throttle! Yard Job Y221 gets ready to depart CSX Augusta Yard to make a quick transfer run to the other side of town for Harrisonville Yard. You can see Ms. Marg... (more)
The 1220 has certainly seen better days, this is the result of a loaded asphalt truck running into her as she was crossing Court Street last Friday, no one was injured in the collision. more)
With the July 4th holiday weekend approaching, this yard switcher gets an early day off and basks in the July sun.
Y128 passes Cardinal Stadium at Central Avenue as it makes its way south toward Osbourne Yard. Second unit is CSXT 1135 (MP15AC).
A yard crew heads out of the South Charleston Yard with an EMD GP38-2 and a MP15T for power.
Congestion on the Evansville sub due to a wedled rail train unloading rail ahead.
Yard switchers pulling by the locomotive facility.
Two old CSX soldiers inhabit the Rochester power house. Unseen is a Conrail GP15-1, which is ultimately what I was really looking for.
Two consecutive numbered CSX MP15T switchers, one in Seaboard paint and one in CSX YN2, take a break from shunting cars at Hamlet Terminal.