Twas the night before Christmas and the engine track was full.
Q40924 is seen pulling its train through the odd grades of Jersey City at CP-MARION with a CSX GEVO leading a brand new UP SD70AH, a CSX Geep, and a SD60M. The train is seen going under NJT.
In January of 2011, F768 had one of the last YN1-painted SD40-2s on CSX's roster, as it is seen pulling into the yard limits of Monroe, NC. F768 and its counterpart F769 have now also become Q468/... (more)
A pair of CSX SD70s lead train L603 south through the Folkston turnout, coming off of the Jesup Subdivision and onto the Nahunta Subdivision.
A pair of veteran C40-8s hustle south through Folkston with Q103 in an effort to keep ahead of P097, who is right on their tail.
An ex-Conrail B20-8 is at home on the High Line with Q300 in tow.
Even though C704 is still 30 RR miles to the north, the H.J Dispatcher has him lined to Oliver (Just north of Shawhan KY). With a flip of a switch all the way out in Huntington West Virginia, the ... (more)
"Head End Helpers"
A pair of EMD helpers are left tied to the head end of an unoccupied train in the narrows. This Q461 is waiting on a fresh crew relay the train into Cu... (more)
CSX B749(28) leads Q701(27) south over the Oak Point Link on a brisk winter evening. Q701 outlawed early that morning at Croton West Yard with 6 engines (4 SD40-2s & 2 Gensets) on Metro North's Hu... (more)
CSX loaded coal train U001 rumbles through Folkston, passing a set of former SCL signals on display at the town's railroad history museum.
CSX train Q453 is usually an early morning staple at Folkston and today is no different, as they roll into town with its usual pair of CW40-8s smoking it up. The lead unit is sporting its as deliv... (more)
A westbound train passes the First Baptist Church.
Loaded trash train Q703 has just entered the Trenton Sub at CP Port Reading Junction and is passing Manville Yard which is blanketed by a fresh coating of snow.
A pair of GE ES44ACs lead a southbound across the bridge to Iona Island.
The sun has just gotten up enough to illuminate the nose of T114-20 as early morning commuters pass by on I-195, headed into Downtown Richmond, VA.