CSX train Q241-05 heads south down the siding at Wayne past some late fall color.
The throb of diesel engines interrupts the stillness of dawn on this fine fall morning in the Hudson River valley at Storm King Mountain... a tugboat shoving an empty barge down river towards New ... (more)
On a cool fall afternoon CSX W289-02 (Bridgeport,AL-Stilesboro,GA) motors sit cold after the morning crew arrived and drop the motors off on the CSX Tyner Branch at Jersey Pike (MP OTY-??? Jersey)... (more)
Pulling 62 autoracks, two CSX GE locomotives carry automobiles south on the daily ran Q237 through the city of Roanoke, AL.
Sunrise obscured by cloud
CSX AC6000 664 leads Q124 by the former site of Atlanta's Terminal Station. The former Southern Railway Office building also serves as a backdrop with the remaining Terminal Station South Tower, m... (more)
A couple of 'Dark Future' GEs lead a short Q194 as they make an earlier than usual appearance in downtown Waxhaw after meeting Q619 and Q195 in the siding at Waxhaw.
An empty grain train from Pilgrim's Pride in Athens, GA enters the siding at Harper in order to meet a pair of northbound freights, the first of which is about 45 minutes away.
Constant rain and grey skies were the theme of the day, and with a flurry of traffic on this visit, it made for some excellent (and ear deafaning thanks to wheel slip) railfanning at Fairhope, PA.... (more)
Time has run out for the crew of CSXT #3267, so a new crew will be brought in as soon as possibly to try and keep this intermodal train on schedule. Until then, it will occupy the 9,317ft siding ... (more)
Westbound at East Syracuse.
Columbia local Y101 has just flipped the switch to head down the NIT Track off of Assembly Street. Today they are running with a Road Slug that sounds more like a sick airplane engine!
After leaving the yard, a CSX manifest passes through the "tunnel" underneath the Mobile, Alabama Convention Center.
A former Conrail SD50 now owned by CSX leads Q241 south for Louisville.
The morning sun bursts on the nose of 289 as the morning mist begins to recede. Before noon, this train will crew up and these locomotives will help shove this coal to the Mt Storm power some 55 m... (more)