Q380 is running CSX power instead of it's more typical compliment of BNSF locomotives on this trip.
As is typical on Mondays, Q117 is used as a means of redistributing power as evidenced by 3 dead in tow offline locomotives in the lashup.
Westbound stack train on a hot and muggy July evening
Ethanol heading east with UP power on the CSX New Castle Sub
Manifest train Q353 at milepost BG 169.3 on the CSX New Castle Sub
An empty coal drag at milepost BG 183.4 west of Nova Ohio
D740 passing the Nova Farmers Supply silos as it heads for Sterling, Ohio where it will enter the CL&W Sub
An ex-Conrail widecab Dash 8 leading Q381
A trio of Union Pacific locomotives led by an exceptionally clean SD70M power CSX manifest train Q351
Q109 passing the bridge construction site at Front Street, Berea, Ohio
Q364 running headlong into the early morning sun
The power for this stack train includes an ES44DC leader, a C40-8W stil in Conrail paint, and a C40-8 standard cab trailing
Something old . . . Something new. The head end of an NS ethanol train passes under the ancient NYC era signals at CP194. Meanwhile, work continues on the massive new signal bridge that will u... (more)
A 5-pack of CSX locomotives form the head end of Q105
The trailing locomotive in this power lashup is a patched ex-Southern Pacific AC4400CW road number UP 6274