A CSX SD40-2 and MT6 slug shove a cut of cars over one of the few remaining active CSX humps at Queensgate Yard in Cincinnati. Locomotives:CSXT 2414 SD40-2CSXT 1054 Yard Slug
An NS manifest freight heads up the approach to the Ohio River bridge with an SD60E leader. Locomotives:NS 6986 SD60ENS 9021 C40-9W
An NS unit steel coil train passes by CSX's Queensgate Yard and heads south with a Dash 9 and SD70M. Locomotives:NS 9532 C40-WNS 2797 SD70M
A pair of CSX GP38-2's work the intermodal terminal at CSX's Queensgate Yard in Cincinnati. Locomotives:CSXT 2665 GP38-2CSXT 2808 GP38-2
There is a lot of CSX power in the CSX Queensgate Yard Engine Terminal in Cincinnati, Ohio. Everything from CSX GPs, slugs, gensets, and MP15s, to AC4400's and visiting UP ACes.
Union Pacific power hauls an NS ethanol train south as it climbs the grade on the approach to the ex-Southern Railway Ohio River Bridge. Locomotives:UP 6472 AC44CWUP 7937 ES44AC
Union Pacific power hauls an NS ethanol train south, crossing over the Ohio River and into Kentucky as a barge passes underneath the bridge. Locomotives:UP 6472 AC44CWUP 7937 ES44A... (more)
CSX intermodal Q143 departs the Queensgate Yard intermodal facility and heads southeast to the CSX bridge crossing the Ohio River. An NS auto frame train heads north over their Ohio River bridge i... (more)
The engine terminal at CSX's Queensgate Yard is full of EMD power with various GP's, SD40-2's, and SD50's as well as GE AC4400's and gensets.
A solo red Canadian Pacific SD60 dots the city skyline as K815 pulls onto the bridge that crosses the Ohio River.
A beautiful day atop Devou Park sees a lone Canadian Pacific SD60 pulling its train over the Ohio river and into Covington, Kentucky.
A CSX SD40-2 mother-slug set pulls a cut of autoracks over the Queensgate yard hump on an early summer morning. Locomotives:CSX 2439 SD40-2CSX 1015 MT6 Yard Slug
The paint on IORY 2109 appears to be fresh as it basks in the Fall afternoon Sunshine.
A train arriving at Gest St. meets a 264 RoadRailer departing in the opposite direction. The southbound's conductor has off-boarded, and is the man on the ground stepping into view just now.
C&O F7(A) no.7004 sports an experimental paint scheme applied in 1960 to simplify the paint schemes, yet providing good visibility of the units at grade crossings. Two F7As nos.7004 and 7068, and ... (more)