Now that's what I call "local power". 776 typically uses road power from Q455 along with whatever four axles are in the yard in order to keep all tracks clear to break down the train fr... (more)
#109 now does the work former #123 did headed south. It can have anything for power and anything behind that power.
NS SD40-2s #3450 and #3265 lead southbound Norfolk Southern local manifest train #G36 down the "City Yard Lead" to work Southeastern Mills as it does some street running down Glen Milner... (more)
OHCR 3306 rolls over Moler Street on its way into CSXT's Parsons Yard.
WAMX 4211 leads KN 381 west over Alum Creek and towards Norfolk Southern's Watkins Yard.
Former N&W SD40-2, 1639 and 6129, bring an eastbound coal train into Bluefield yard past N&W 611 waiting on an out-bound track to go west with a ferry run to Portsmouth, OH. Several freight cars h... (more)
A trio of blue and yellow RCPE SD40-2's on the LBFRC 20 are in control of another train of bentonite clay getting ready to pass under I-90 in route to Rapid City.
A trio of blue and yellow RCPE SD40-2's on the LBFRC 20 handle another train of bentonite clay past the Black Hills National Cemetery just south of Sturgis, SD.
CSX train Q231-23 heads south under the cantilever signal bridge at Romulus, MI. Leading the train is a pair of ex L&N SD40-2s.
One of the very few times a year you can see non-FEC power south of Bowden Yard!
A trio of blue and yellow RCPE SD40-2's on the LBFRC 20 lead another train of bentonite clay through Sturgis, SD and past the Ford dealership as it hammers down for the climb up out of town on the... (more)
Ohio Central 4024 leads the second cut of coal cars back to the main as it twists and turns along the Cadiz Branch.