P920 has been a common Ringling ID lately, today's train is the Red Unit doubling out of Pineloch Yard to head south before going north. Ties up less traffic this way. "The Spirit of Cumberland"... (more)
4500 was once the 700, and the first of CSX 70macs.
Even the shop has a big poster of her as 700. I had not seen her since those days, she was nearly destroyed in a wreck since then.
CSX 70Mac class leader, 4500 the Spirit of Cumberland, rolls west with an empty coal car train on the Cumberland Sub.
The "Spirt of Cumberland" is enroute home to Cumberland, MD with empty coal cars.
CSX Q62004 has the City of Cumberland on the point as they cross the Raquette River on their way south.
CSX Q62004 has a big train, with MOW cars mixed in with the usual freight, and an added third motor borrowed off B75603 to make the grades to the south.
The "Spirit of Cumberland" leads southbound Q507 past the north end of Wapakoneta siding on a crystal clear morning.
Q507 crests the hump at the north end of Botkins siding.
CSX 4500, the Spirit of Cumberland (and former CSX 700), leads a southbound PEFX coal train at Dungannon on the CSX KP Sub.