CSX Q311 throttles up alongside the muddy Scioto River as they head West on the Scottslawn Secondary.
Dangerously high water levels. With more rain over the weekend, the water levels keep rising in the Montreal area. The army has been called in and there is flooding on both the island of Mo... (more)
CSX W583-03 rolls down the L&N Lebanon Branch at OOC 131.90 as it heads towards Corbin
A classic massive unstable upper level low on spin control over the northeast this weekend. One minute a splash of sun the next torrent rains and dark gloom.
A 128 car D702-07 heads east on the Plymouth Subdivision past the searchlight signal at the west end of Williamston siding. This train along with its westbound counterpart D701 started running a ... (more)
Q381-23 rounds the curve in Churchville, passing the location where the CP-384 New York Central signal bridge once stood.
Two Hundred and Six miles from Elkhorn City, a pair of veteran EMD SD70AC's lead southbound Q693-06 through the classic Clinchfield Signals at "Avery" on the old Blue Ridge Subdivision. ... (more)
KCS eastbound empty sand.
The final move of Ringling Brothers Red Unit from Tampa north weaves out of the yard onto the main. What is left of this train will return in May.
A positioning move of the OCS, leaving the yard in West Jax to run the wye in Duval in prep for a trip to Tampa via the A-Line.
The last move of the Ringling Brothers Red Unit from Jax is joined by a positioning move of the OCS, leaving the yard in West Jax to run the wye in Duval in prep for a trip to Tampa via the A-Line... (more)
The last move of the Ringling Brothers Red Unit north from Tampa. Ever. Snaking out of the yard onto the main. What's left of it will return in May.
The last move of the Ringling Brothers Blue Unit off FEC to CSXT sports a very unexpected power set.