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)
CSX run-through power leads an NS ethanol train through Crum, W.Va., during a late summer downpour.
CSXT 8251 was originally built as B&O 7609 in 1977.
CSXT 5498 passes under the Leigh Street Viaduct at Bone Dry. The train is using the connecting track between the Peninsula and Bellwood Subdivisions.
A CSX SD40-2 and MT6 slug shove cars over the hump at Queensgate Yard, one of only four humps still in operation on the CSX system. Locomotives:CSX 2437 SD40-2CSX 1010 MT6 Slug
Viewed through the triangular structure of a signal bridge, eastbound Q368 enters Connellsville, Pa.
Eastbound trailers roll under the ex-Western Maryland's Salisbury Viaduct. The viaduct is now part of the Great Allegheny Passage walking/biking trail; walkers can be seen on the bridge.
CSX's office car train departs Atlanta as it passes through Tilford Yard. Nowadays Tilford Yard is completely empty and OOS with all operations moved to Howells Yard.
Eastbound Q130 rolls along the Casselman River between Garrett and Meyersdale, Pa.
Classic spot! But not for me in my first travel to USA. A westbound CSX autorack train crosses the tunnel and bridge of Cumberland Subdivision over the Potomac river, in the historic and beautiful... (more)