Carving through the fresh snow in Kingsport, Tennessee, CSX U483-11 runs south through Carter Yard on the former Clinchfield Railroad.
Just a couple of inches of snow melt have occurred as the day's high was just over the freezing mark, but it is certainly still enough to create a snow squall as a train passes, and Q401 was no di... (more)
CSX 9969 shoves the track geometry train up the Mon Sub at East Monongahela PA.
The 8130, which still wears a faded version of the YN2 paint scheme, is coupled up with a fellow six axle in Chehaw this evening. This pair of veteran SD40-2 models were built for the SCL in the ... (more)
Having dropped off 59 empty Herzog ballast hoppers at the Vulcan Materials Quarry earlier in the day, the power for W084 now finds itself tied down on the Notasulga storage track idling the night ... (more)
CSX GP16 #1819 in the deadline at Hamlet, NC || May 1996
Southbound military move running long hood forward on a road move, almost unheard of.
Another southbound coal train is today led by something a little special, even more so because the "spoilers" forgot to paint over the WM.
After a very fine, powdery 8 inches of snow fell overnight, It took virtually no wind at all to kick up snow, and Q439-15 rolling by at 40 mph was enough to create a snow squall. Seen here, he is ... (more)
Sitting in the siding with a southbound rail train a second stringer already.
The stealth paint scheme was like a horrible wreck. somehow you just couldn't look away.
When this was taken there were only 10 of this model on the railroad and two were leading this train, headed toward the K&IT bridge and a trip up the old Monon. I guess this little connector no l... (more)
When this was taken there were only 10 of this model on the railroad and two were leading this train, headed for the former Monon line and bucolic southern Indiana.
Working the yard is a former Chessie System unit, now equipped with radio control, still with 3000HP.