Seems odd to see CSX Q352 with a pair of Norfolk Southern locomotives up front
Q164 on the short connection to the CSX Greenwich Sub at CP54
CSXT local train D740 heading for the Willard Terminal
CSXT 7706, looking blistered and road weary, waits for a clear signal ahead
Q135 with no double stack cars in the consist rolls west through Greenwich
A pair of SD40-2 locomotives power Q371 on the Greenwich Sub. These are a welcome change from the never-ending parade of CSX GEVO power
An ES44AC and a badly faded SD70MAC provide power for empty coal drag E942
Single stack train Q137 on the Willard Terminal Sub at MP 193.87
CSX doublestack X151 passing CP Boyd and the old GN Tower
Road Slug CSXT 2368 and GP40-2 mate CSXT 6968 power local job D763
Q259 snakes into Greenwich interlocking, where it'll turn south (railroad west) onto the Big Four enroute to it's destination of Louisville.
No new units today but a Warbonnet adds to the consist.
CSX local D740 passing milepost BG 198 as it heads for the New Castle Sub
Q138 is all single stacks as it enters the New Castle Sub, where overhead clearances make double stacks impossible.
Although BNSF 5718 was a pre-production test unit for the ES44AC series, it is currently classified as an AC4400CW by BNSF. Strange to find this locomotive tied down on a very neglected siding in... (more)