KCS eastbound empty sand train
KCS eastbound empty sand.
Lots of CSX power sits around the yard in Tampa, FL.
Although faded from years of wear and tear, a couple of CSXT wide-cab GEs ride the rails south proudly wearing the "Bright Future" scheme. Cruising at 35mph, CSXT No. 401 passes a 30mph... (more)
A CSX freight heads west under still-active abandoned Atlantic Coast Line signals at Lakeland, Fla. The platforms of the abandoned ACL station are in the background. The ACL station was built in 1... (more)
Southbound coal holds the main passing through one of the most rural parts of the state. The white pines look to be about the right age to be from those seedlings passed out to FFA students in th... (more)
CSX's Gainesville Midland Subdivision has come to a halt for the next two days, as crews are getting time off to see their families. A cut of one of three grain trains in Gainesville is tied down ... (more)
Unlevel Horizon: Giving that effect is the notoriously unbalanced Athens to Gainesville branch, famous for operating steam late in the 1950s before Seaboard Air Line took over. Today though... (more)
Two CSX and two NS diesels lead an empty coal train towards Grafton.
An interesting AC4400-Yard Slug-GP39 lashup heads west as it starts down the west slope of Sand Patch Grade.
GE's knock down the East Deshler signal and pound the diamonds on a beautiful afternoon in Deshler.