During the GP38-2 production of the early 1970s, who would have ever thought that the models from two very different carriers would be under the same corporate umbrella working in tandem? Two GP38... (more)
At the present time its hard to think that this scene will one day be in the history books.
CSXT GP38-2 2756 was built for Penn Central in March 1978, made it through the Conrail ranks and survives in the YN2 scheme. It'll be due for a trip through the paint booth in the near future.
Looks like they had some extra blue paint at the shop and someone decided 7509's plow was the best place for it. Photo made shortly before these signals were replaced.
Thanksgiving morning dawned cold and snowy in New Jersey as the remnants of a nor'easter slowly retreated from the area. Although snow appeared to only be sticking to the ties in this photo. The... (more)
Happy Thanksgiving!! CSX 8733 leads the light power of the CSXT Q633 through V.O. westbound on thanksgiving day. Hope everyone had a great and safe thanksgiving.
A boring GEVO leads a trio of veteran EMD's on a long and heavy Q676. Included in the mix is a former MPI SD40-2, now working for HLCX.
CSX AC6000 #606 leads BNSF train VBLUSBD through Hesperia as it heads for San Bernardino.
A very rare sight as CSX and CP pool units lead a BNSF San Bernardino bound V train down Cajon Pass as it passes the iconic Mormon Rocks near Pine Lodge.
On a wintry Thanksgiving Day the "local" Q633 runs light power out of Selkirk to work South Schenectady Yard. Snow from the Thanksgiving Eve Nor'easter still heavily coats the trees. The... (more)
A nice Thanksgiving treat from BNSF as CSXT 606 leads a CP unit on a westbound Vehicle train at Frost on the BNSF Cajon Subdivision.
The Santa Train sits tied down under blue flag protection before the next day's trip to Kingsport.
A CSX ballast train departs Cumberland Terminal and snakes through the crossovers at Mexico Tower. The tower itself and the CPL signals that have guarded this spot for decades are still standing a... (more)