The CSX Geometry Trains sits on the old engine shop lead in Manchester, Georgia, tied down for the weekend.
Former MARC 69 is now a one of a kind unit to the CSXT roster. CSXT GP40WH-2 Nș9969 was acquired, overhauled, and put to service in early to mid 2014, the unit is assigned to the carrier's geometr... (more)
Tied down in the Fairburn House track for the night under blue flag protection.
CSX's geometry train crosses the Chattahoochee River as they accelerate north out of West Point, Georgia, headed for Atlanta from Montgomery, along the former A&WP/WofA mainline.
The geometry train with lone new comer 9969 heads south towards Florida on a crisp windy day.
The CSX track geometry train makes its way east.
The Last of its Kind
While spending some time watching trains at Amtrak's station in Perryville, MD an unexpected Amtrak engine move came through the station with MARC 68 leadi... (more)
Making good time between Siding's W003 rolls across the Kalamazoo River in New Richmond with it's two car train on a beautiful afternoon in Western Michigan.
W003 has just made a rare run up the Fremont sub and now pulls to a stop outside Consumer Energy's Port Sheldon Plant. They will have a job briefing here before going into the plant to turn the tr... (more)
W003 with 9969, and the Geo train highball westbound along Chicago Drive between Hudsonville and Vriesland. This is the second time the train has made a trip through Michigan in just over a month.... (more)
The geometry train starts to slow down as it prepares to enter Delaware siding at CP-111.
The CSX geometry train does every bit of 60 mph as it heads "west" (geographic south) on the former NYC line.
The geometry train traverses Delaware siding and passes the former CCC&StL station.
A westbound Maryland Area Rail Commuter train crosses the Potomac River after exiting Harpers Ferry Tunnel into brilliant afternoon sunshine at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, on April 24, 1996.
The one and only bloody nose left on the roster is head out on this train. If you're lucky you can catch it when it comes into town for routine maintenance.