Seen here Departing Selkirk yard is K533 with a big beast (AC6000CW) on the longest day of the year.
CSX 1600 makes up an Autorack train with the late afternoon sunlight shining on it.
A SD40-2 has lead a northbound rack train across the Ohio River from Louisville to the LIRC's Jeffersonville yard as it waits to proceed in late day light.
A grainer heads south on the Toledo Sub.
They're only new once. A pair of smell-the-paint fresh GEVOS lead a stacker over Vickers Junction.
At our second location, After being held up at CP 196 for a few westbounds, Q254 gets going again heading east to selkirk, check out the nice reflection of the puddle of the lead engine.
Another SD50-2 leader on an Auto rack, this time on Q254 with a all EMD lash up, we chased this train a few miles because of his slow speed.
Heading eastbound through CP196, loaded auto rack train Q262 with all units facing east and a nice SD50-2 for a leader, don't see to much of these leading main line freights.
A long southbound stack train rolls along the Hudson River.
The CSX business train slides through the town of Smyrna behind a trio of F40PH's on its way to Decoursey,KY.
CSX power move X786 with CSXT engine 5242 in the lead prepares to push CSXT engine 345 with a locked axle to Bryan Park Shops.
A westbound empty train of "common" (railroad-owned, non-unit train cars) rolls through a big reverse curve behind mixed EMD and GE six-motor power at tiny Clinchport, VA. This is NS tra... (more)