A very senior member of the CSX roster - #2206 was originally built in July1964 for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad as en EMD GP35 locomotive. It has worn several numbers over the years and today s... (more)
Having made many trips to maintenance facilities over its 44 years of service to the railroad, CSX #8467 will be pulling into the Bryan Park maintenance building in just a few moments. The engine... (more)
A manifest train creeps south towards Acca yard at Parham Road.
CSX Engines #8882 and #2217 are stopped momentarily and will be pulling into the maintenance building for service. Engine #8882 has definitely visited many maintenance shops having been built i... (more)
On a cold and rainy evening at the CSX Maintenance Facility in Richmond, VA, a new CSX Engine #3072 that was just recently built in Erie, PA waits its turn to be pulled into the maintenance buildi... (more)
CSX engine 8484 has a long history of serving different railroads since January 1968. It was originally built as an EMD SD45 for the Pennsylvania Railroad with roster #6234. It served with Penn ... (more)
This old SD40-2 started out in January 1977 with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad as engine #7609. Tonight, it waits it turn for maintenance at the CSX Maintenance Facility in Richmond. March 201... (more)
An eastbound C&O coal train lead by an SD-40 and a GP-9 enter Richmond alongside the historic James River and Kanawha canal. The SCL's James River bridge is in the background.
Seaboard System was a US Class I railroad that was created after the consolidation of the Family Lines System railroads (Louisville & Nashville, Seaboard Coast Line, Gerogia Railroad, Clinchfield ... (more)
A steady rain is falling as Amtrak's south/westbound "Hilltopper" makes its station stop at Richmond, VA, just arrived from Boston and Washington, DC. The RF&P engine crew will be replaced here by... (more)
RFP GP7 102 pauses between assignments at Byran Park Terminal in Richmond in July 1967.
RFP 91 pauses between assignments at Byran Park Terminal in Richmond in June 1967.
Today was the inaugural run of the new Amtrak service between Washington DC and Norfolk, VA. Heritage engine #156 is leading the parade of cars with dignitaries from CSX, Norfolk Southern, and Am... (more)
Amtrak Engines 155 and 156 are parked during the rainy evening at the Staples Mill Road Station waiting to head north the next morning. December 2012.
Having seen many full moons over the decades, this CSX Engine #6341 was originally built for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in June 1981 with Roster #4447. November 2012.