An eastbound NS work train illuminates the scene as it finishes its climb up the grade into Watkins. A CSX trackage rights empty hopper train holds in the siding for its signal to head west after ... (more)
CSX AC6000CW 5014 leads frieght train Q438 out of Philadelphia and off of the Philadelphia Subdivision.
Running along side the ghost's of B&O EM-1's and T class 4-8-2's, CSXT's biggest power CW60AC's hustles today's freight over Sand Patch, and past the also fallen SA Tower, with 5014 & 5119.
Dirty power doing what it does best, hauling coal.
Big AC power idles away this Sunday after bringing Q424 from Selkirk early in the morning...
Morning sun shines on the interlock tower at Harpers Ferry, WV, as a loaded coal drag prepares to sprinkle the station with some coal dust.. Photo taken with permission.
CSX manifest Q439 rolls west on 2 track under the Art Museum, expressway and B&O cpl signal mast behind a pair of bright future units on a fine afternoon in the city.
CSX K587 passes by a gaggle of B&O CPL's at the north end of Queensgate Yard. The signals were removed in April, 2004 during a renovation project and replaced by Safetrans signals.
The pleasant aroma of Thomas' English Muffins wafts through the air as K375, a "Coke Express" train, grinds out of the Monocacy River Valley. Canon EOS 10D w/ 70-200mm F/4L lens. 1/640 sec @ F/9.
Heading south in the earlt morning sun.
CSX manifest Q439 rolls westbound off the Philly sub after having exited the Howard Street Tunnel and approaches Bailey's Wye with the beautiful Baltimore skyline as a backdrop.
Eastbound toward North Carolina, this manifest freight passes a waiting mixed freight headed for Baltimore.
Q118 kicks up what a snow shower left behind. "CW44-6" is the designation given by CSX to AC6000CWs de-rated to 4,400 hp beginning in late 2002.