CSXT 2206 leads CSX W016-28 west through LaGrange, Kentucky as the 7 pack of EMD's screams down East Main Street.
A slug set and another pair of units for local power sit at the C&O Sandy Hook Yard near the coaling tower as another yard job toils on with an SD50-3 for power.
The slug is a former B&O GP3... (more)
A large thunderstorm has just come through Lynchburg, and the Sandy Hook yard is coming back to life after the severe weather passed.
A very senior member of the CSX roster - #2206 was originally built in July1964 for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad as en EMD GP35 locomotive. It has worn several numbers over the years and today s... (more)
Summer is a couple of months away, but it looks like the 2206 is getting a head start with the shedding process. Having bounced around the Baltimore Division for the past couple of years, I have r... (more)
A light mist is in the air on Christmas Eve as 2206 and mate 6468 idle away in CSX's Sandyvale Yard waiting for a crew to arrive on Saturday morning for the trip south to Rockwood.
The Rockwood Switcher passes by an unusual pond on its way to Rockwood from Johnstown, PA.
The Rockwood Switcher heads south from Johnstown back to Rockwood.
D703 heads back south to work Pepsi before heading back to Rockwood.
The Johnstown Jet has finished its interchange work with the Conemaugh and Black Lick Railroad in downtown, and now begins its work at the Pepsi transload facility.
The conductor gets ready to throw the switch for a reverse move.
Another loaded "Rock Runner" heads east in the early morning fog that is lingering over Sandy Hook.