Several years have passed and CSX engine #4812 still roams the rails with an X missing from its nose logo. Although in need of cosmetic work, it doesn't keep this MAC from executing the job it wa... (more)
CS...missing the "X" since at least July, 2010, the CSXT 4812 leads a hopper train westbound at the beginning of the afternoon rush.
Empties for the Danville coalfields have just knocked down the signal at E.E. Coal River Siding, CLF 6.2. Nearly 25 miles are left for this empty man before he reaches his crew run destination of ... (more)
U 813 leaves the Keyser Yard headed east with eighty or so hoppers of West Vriginia coal. The older bridge in the photo will be replaced with a new one, which is what the new steel is for.
4812 leads a long train of empty Somerset hoppers back to the coalfields for another load.
CSX 4812 heads up an eastbound stack train at Milepost 215. Trailing in the third position is ex-Conrail CSX 1128, a rare SW1001.
S400 heads westbound down the eastbound tracks due to the westbound tracks being blocked by 2 trains.
CSX S400 crosses the Potomac as a fresh snowfall covers Maryland Heights.
A river line train doubles up before heading south
Q172 at the east end of the Susquehanna River Bridge.
CSX 4812, an EMD SD70MAC, idles just east of the Front Sreet grade crossing in Whiting, Ind., waiting for crew on Sunday, January 23, 2005.
A pair of SD70MACs led by brand new #4812 lead an eastbound loaded CSX coal train at Marcem on a cool, late fall morning.