A CSX slug set crosses the Carrollton Viaduct. Constructed in 1829, this is the world's oldest railroad bridge still in active service.
CSXT 8851 sits near Ben's bridge while other assorted power dots the background.
CSX GP40-2 6455 leads a southbound rack train for Louisville.
CSXT 710, and a UP C40-8, are on the point of an auto rack train that has pulled into Jeff City yard for a crew change at the former Missouri Pacific station.
Another "facelift" unit has invaded the area once reserved for interesting stuff.
A "big 6" leads the Q385 west through Palatine Bridge and is about to duck under NYS Route 10.
Three things in this photo that are no longer here: Ex-B&O GP40 6621, ex-Seaboard GP40 6775 and the General Motors Baltimore assembly plant at Penn Mary. The plant closed in 2005 and was later de... (more)
Just west of the CP188 signals manifest Q393 heads west in the afternoon sun, this location is where that big derailment happened a few years ago.
CSX 264 is sprinting along the double track between Faber and the yard at Corbin on the last lap to the finish line. This is a northbound empty hopper train.
Two days after Christmas 1997, a two-unit CSX pusher heads home to Kentucky. The NS main line to Appalachia can barely be seen along the far mountain. CSX uses NS trackage rights from here to Fris... (more)
A eastbound grain train looks to have picked the siding switch below the famed New River bridge. Most of the derailment has been cleaned up but these two derailed cars are going to take some work ... (more)
A late running Q557 heads west into Morris. CSX 8624, one of four remaining YN2 SD50's, leads the charge with help from an SD40-3.
After a setout, the engineer cranks it into run 8 and lets the two CSX EMD's make some noise in Morris.
A Dash 8, along with an SD50 and a CITX SD40-2, bring auto racks south on the River Line through Fort Montgomery.
Q401 comes off of the Low Grade Line and onto the Cumberland Subdivision main at West Cumbo.