With the modern cantilever now in place it should not be long until this classic NYC signal bridge falls. The new cantilever at the east end of the plant has been built but as of the time of the ... (more)
On the day of love, the crew of CSXT 5408 is not seeing much love, as the snow falls, while heading for home in NY, as they pass the empty tower at Berea, with UPS trailers in tow.
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
NS 25Z rolls under the signals at the west end of the Berea Interlocking. The newly erected mast in the background will support a cantilever bridge that will soon replace this one.
Q364 running headlong into the early morning sun
Q39306 heads west over the Rocky River and slows to a stop at CP 13 to hold for some van trains.
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)
The face of Berea is changing quickly, the old New York Central style signals (left) will soon be taken out of service giving way to the new ABS stop light style signals not yet cut in on the righ... (more)
A 5-pack of CSX locomotives form the head end of Q105
Q351 just east of milepost 23
The only flags today were on the poles instead of the power.
A widecab Dash 8 is first in line on Q386