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)
Q351 at BG 193.87 on the Willard Terminal Sub
CSX coke train K311 passing the eastbound siding at Edwards Road BG 195.2
A CSX loaded coke train approaching milepost BG 191.2 on the New Castle Sub in soft evening light
A pair of CSXT SD40-2 motors power ethanol train K695 headed for the yard at Willard, Ohio
A CSXT standard cab Dash 8 leads an empty ethanol train past WAS Boyd at milepost BG 192.5
CSX train Q380 rounds the double track "long connection" in Greenwich with a pair of BNSF Dash 9's at the helm.
CSXT Q164-28 starts into the Long Connection at Greenwich interlocking, turning from the Willard Terminal Subdivision to the Greenwich Sub.
Q38905 rolls under Old State Road and prepares to stop at CP Boughtonville for track work ahead.
Q38003 heads east on the long connection at Greenwich with a BCOL Dash8-40CM trailing.
Empty ethanol tanks head into the setting sun as the head end is about to knock the signal down at GN Tower.
All standard cabs lead a train through Greenwich over the diamond leading to Berea.
A mixed freight leans into the curve and heads east.
Westbound freight on the B&O crosses the Cleveland line in Greenwich, Ohio.
Me and a few other railfans got stuck after an westbound freight started, then had to stop to allow an intermodal led by CSX 7747 to get in front of it on its way to Willard Yard.