CSX 1301 and 02 team up to switch a cut of cars in Rougemere Yard.
With a ever increasing rare pair of UP C40-8's, Q13207 with UP 9332 & 9206, pull up to a stop at the "Hold Out" on CR's Lincoln Secondary, waiting for the NS Rouge bridge, to call the train to Eco... (more)
Rouge yard job, Y29129, is switching auto racks for tonights Q231, on the "hill" with remote CSXT 9303, and units CEFX 3130 & CSXT 6236. Seen here, is CSXT's car shops, Rouge Tower, St. Marys Ceme... (more)
All aboard at Smith's Creek Depot! Weiser Railroad #1 is a replica Post-Civil War design American-style William Mason locomotive. It was built in 1932 at the Rouge Locomotive Shops in Detroit MI, ... (more)
CSX normally runs through Dearborn about a mile east of this location, but on this day ill have to settle on shooting them running north on the former NYC Junction Yard Branch.
Eastbound Amtrak train 352 pulls away from the camera with "Cabbage" 90222 leading the way and P42 28 bringing up the rear.
After a heavy thunderstorm, a westbound Amtrak train passes the Henry Ford Museum.
1300 switches the south end of the yard.
By the early '80's, locomotives still in C&O paint were not unknown, but were becoming uncommon. This GP9, the last one of an order built in August 1957 (6239-6263) was nearing the end of it's ser... (more)
The yard crews at Rougemere Yard just got their new switch engine in from NRE last week and are already putting it through its paces.
CSX 8376 leads Q327 through the fresh snow of a good ole Michigan winter storm as it approaches Greenfield Road in Dearborn.
CSX 2644 and an RC Drone are being used by the morning yard crew to build a train that would be departing later that afternoon from Rougemere Yard in Dearborn.
A former Chessie GP15T is being used by a morning yard crew to build various road trains that would be called out of Rougemere Yard later that afternoon or evening.
CSX 8440 is in Rougemere Yard in Dearborn between runs. The 8440 was built in 1966 as Union Pacific 3037 and was later rebuilt and reclassified as an SD40-2.