An East bound CSX Coal train on the James River Viaduct at Richmond, VA.
A couple of local kids take a big risk by cutting across the tracks in front of CSX J767 at Decoursey Avenue in Latonia. I was waiting to photograph the train splitting the signals when these 2 hu... (more)
A peek at Oak Island's yard goats.
Following close behind CSX J767, CSXT 5462 leads a manifest over the trestle near Independence, KY on the LCL Subdivision. It was hot, humid, and not even 11:30, but I'm happy to have 2 shots bagg... (more)
Its 10:40, and it's hot and humid. The wait for J767, thanks to a tip off from fellow RP Contributor Brian Edmonson, was excruciating. Bugs, spiders, and mosquitoes kept having a go at me. One by ... (more)
A fully loaded mixed freight comes into Kayne Ave from the South for a shift change, pulling hard out of the Gulch.
"The Little Engine That Could" A GP38-3 paired up with a Dash 8 and a ES40DC struggles to bring a short J767 up through Eagle Cut.
Local C704 is on it's daily trip northbound to Butler, KY in the farming community of Hayes. With some recent rains the tobacco is coming right along in one of the most scenic areas along the CC S... (more)
A trio of GE units power the empty coal drag Northbound along the old Western & Atlantic tracks, seen here passing through downtown Cartersville, GA. If that old depot could talk!
My yearly hike to Maryland Heights overlook yielded a morning ethanol train heading to Baltimore.
Northbound Q268 crosses the Falls of the Ohio as it begins its trip over the LIRC to Indy.
CSXT 9007 and Q637-09 wind their way east on the Columbus Sub and along the last few miles to Parsons Yard.
CSXT CW44AC #350 leads a westbound past the First Baptist Church.
Terre Haute Cuisine? Slugs!A CSX local heads back to the yard in Terre Haute, Indiana, on July 11th, 2016. Leading the train is CSXT 2275, a road slug that began life as Chesapeak... (more)