On a warm October afternoon a loaded autorack train pauses at Kayne Avenue Tower in Downtown Nashville for a quick crew change.
CSXT engine 330 hustles a string of racks west through town with a pair of Kansas City Southern Belles trailing.
A Southbound stack train snakes through Mine Dock with a nice YN2 leader up-front.
A CSXT AC4400 still in YN2 paint leads a southbound stack train through Fort Montgomery. NY
CSXT 330 pulls a loaded coal train West under the RT 60 overpass in Culloden, WV.
Though the day has come to an end for many employees such as those at Papp's, railroaders remain hard at work to keep America's freight on the move.
Q380-06 fuels up and grabs supplies at Station E in Collinwood Yard on a cool February evening.
A pair of A4400CWs in YN2 paint are on the point of this day's Q620 as they approach Gouverneur with a short 68 car manifest in tow.
At Union Baptist Church NB helper departs toward Shelby.
Empties head west over NS trackage. @ CP Watkins
V338 holds the siding, waiting for clearance east of Bostic, as T115 passes on the main.
Why do they call it Crooked Hill? SB N222 works uphill through the reverse curves near Hazel Patch, the worst is yet to come.