Covered with a fresh layer of snow, the only C&O cantilever signal on the Big Coal Subdivision stands guard at the E.E. Big Coal Bypass near Sproul, W.Va., in south central West Virginia.
Here's to a "brighter future" into 2018 as the "Jersey Rocket" speeds towards Brown's Crossing with 156 axles on a sub-zero windy morning.
A pair of CSXT AC4400CW's still in the endangered YN2 paint scheme (CSXT 518 & CSXT 143) lead CN 327 around a curve in Beaconsfield on yet another frigid day.
Q541 rolling across the bridge at Rocky Top. This is the city most East Tennessee natives know as, and often still refer to as, Lake City.
Q541 crests the hill into Kilsyth, having finally won the battle against gravity and Duff Mountain. The Morely pusher is tied onto the rear, giving an assist. Many of the Absolute Signals on this ... (more)
With the morning sun piercing through the snow covered valley, CSX AC4400CW No. 415 leads the second cut of coal hoppers toward Mount Hope from the R.J. Corman-served coal loadout at Pax.
A relatively clean YN2 AC4400CW carefully shoves its first set of 32 loads into a siding near Mount Hope. Once the cars are dropped off, two CSX-run through locomotives will return light to the Co... (more)
The first significant snowfall of the season brought some great photo opportunities in north central Ohio. CSX ran a train on their rarely used "Burt Line" and here it is seen passing th... (more)
An AC4400 leads a short Q391 through North East, passing under the classic signal bridge at CP 73.Locomotives:CSX 353 AC44CWCSX 5415 ES44DC
The Erie yard power, a GP38-2 and SD50-2, come down main Track 1 at CP 85, running LHF. Locomotives: CSX 2546 GP38-2CSX 8568 SD50-2
Over a mile and a half of train scoots through Lineville behind lead power that was built in 1996. The GE/EMD locomotive team, works hard to keep this heavy consist moving over Track 1.
With ice fog lingering in the air on a frigid December morning, Canadian National #323 breaks the early morning silence as it passes through the city.
A string of locomotives sit in storage in CSX's 16th Street Yard in Huntington. The majority of locomotives pictured here include Road Slugs/GP40-2s, GP38-2s, yard slugs, and EMD SD50s.
Huntington, W.Va., is a great place for a variety of older diesels. Here, a yard transfer rolls through the 16th Street Yard led by EMD GP15-1 No. 1546. Behind the local is a string of stored powe... (more)