All four AWW SD9 were onhand this day before moving to new adventures elsewhere.
IC&E/DM&E was less than a month away from returning to the CPRS family tree when their business train rolled into the Quad Cities.
The early stages of the massive overhaul in Waycross.
It was widely believed CSX would vanish from the Orlando area in daylight hours once CFRC cranked up....and it's hardly the case. Q455 (a Z-train on CFRC) routinely has to wait out the morning ru... (more)
For a few weeks in December, the shop tracks at NSB were packed with EMD units being prepped for CSXT. The original SD70M-2 units 100-103 remain tied up in legal paperwork.
SAL originally owned F3 locomotives numbered 4022-4032 and 4033 was originally GM&O F3 #800A. Sitting out in the open in south Florida climate hasn't been kind to this museum piece.
Former S2 #71 rebuilt as one of three slugs (the other two being A and B). For some reason, it ended up in Miami of all places and was used for parts.
An easy alternative to I-95....which today was in better shape than the turnpike, which led to me making this photo stop in the first place.
Middlesex rock train southbound to Lakeland, where it turns north up to Taft. "Trail = Fail" concept doesn't really apply for me here....I mean, how many times did we ever hope somethin... (more)
New siding at Saint Catherine features concrete ties...and today, some borrowed FEC power.
Winston local returning from the Central mine, sometimes it's a dozen cars, sometimes engines light...today, somewhere inbetween.
There is a little bit of "heritage paint" on CSXT, just not on locomotives...yet...
Martin Marietta rock train for Mulberry has just met Q652 passing on track one to the left. Track two used to be the siding, but recent track improvements have extended the former Vitis siding an... (more)