What I did on my Summer Vacation: What to do before the fireworks on the Fourth? Pack the camera and the dog into the Jeep and see if Su-99 is heading out. I was wrong, but containers ho! ES40D... (more)
Arriving in Knoxville
A manifest slowly departs Enola Yard out onto the Rockville Bridge...
NS 7701 leads a westbound stack train through Hammond, approaching CP 507.
CSXT 5238 leads a freshly loaded Herzog Rock train out of the Martin-Marietta Rock Quarry as is brings 8am traffic to a halt as it crosses a busy Riverwatch Parkway onto the McCormick Subdivision ... (more)
Class leader for the CSX ES40DC's leads this Birmingham bound mixed freight through the Georgia countryside. If you notice not too far back behind the power is a odd high clearance car of some kin... (more)
Work on the "S" caused a few re routes of trains the past few days among them was CSX's hottest train, Q740. The juice has not been on the A line since about 2009. It's normal route via the S.
Rare route on the A line of this Tropicana Juice train, racing it's product to Kearney, New Jersey to provide us all with fresh orange juice. Last time this train was on this route was 3 years ago... (more)
Westbound Triple Crown train heads out of Decatur at Mosser.
With downtown Lafayette in the distance, Triple Crown train 267 resumes its westward journey after meeting two eastbounds at Lafayette Jct. My ambition was to capture the "Valley Girl" (Lehigh Va... (more)
NS 11R crawls across the Rockville Bridge with the CR Heritage Unit in the #3 spot on a warm June morning.
The RoadRailer heads over the KCT Argentine Connection Flyover into its namesake yard where a BNSF Crew will hop on and continue its trip towards Saginaw, TX.
On a early Summer morning in Wytheville, the sound of GE's in notch 8 permeate the air as 23G fly's through Wytheville on a beautiful June morning.
After just receiving an EC-1 from the BE Dispatcher, Q703-07 rumbles through Joppa, Maryland in a scene that can be depicted at many other places on the CSX Philadelphia Subdivision. Trees line th... (more)