During a late Winter, Mid afternoon Lake effect snow squall here we see CSX train Id: Q-015 as it battles it's way West through the wintry mix
The CSX "Rock Runner", on a beautiful day in the historic town of Harpers Ferry, heads down the CSX Shenandoah Subdivision and passes through the wooden trestle built in 1850 by the Winchester and... (more)
Hilltop View in Harpers Ferry offers a wide view of the confluence of rivers Shenandoah and Potomac, and also the exit of the trains through the tunnel under Maryland Heights. A westbound CSX auto... (more)
The roar of two CSX GE locomotives, signify the presence of R680 entering the town of Dickert. With a clear signal, CSXT No. 3112 keeps 8,405ft of train moving north at 50mph on a beautiful after... (more)
A fast running Q101, rolls south through Broughton with a Tier 3 compliant GE leading the way. Somehow one of the first stack container doors came open, good it is empty.
Utilizing the Hagans Switchback on the short trip from Pennington Gap, VA to Loyall, KY, CSX C817-17 back towards the south of the switchback before heading north. The CV Sub main can be seen to t... (more)
Waiting for a crew, apparently, this unit heads a southbound train in its mixed livery.
The CEO of the AOK said that this unit will be rebuilt and painted like AOK 4098 & AOK 4093.
I met the CEO of the AOK while I was out taking pictures. He said that this unit will be rebuilt and painted like AOK 4098 & AOK 4093.