Empty OUC coal train, with an eclectic mix of power (common these days!), swings off the Carters Sub (A-Line) having run southward from Taft headed back to the coal fields.
Q032 hammers east on the Philly Sub at Poplar, passing Castrol Lubricants.
Q109 is very near the western end of the Cleveland Short Line Sub at MP 23. The train will soon enter the eastern end of the CSX Greenwich Sub at CP 13.
Coal is everywhere in the coalfields of Appalachia, as business is the best I've ever seen. And just curious why they can't match the numberboards on a brand new locomotive?
Rockwood Manufacturing provides the background and the Cassleman River provides the foreground as an eastbound CSX intermodal passes through Rockwood, PA.
A matched set of phase I SD70MAC's lead Q130 under the former Western Maryland Keystone viaduct.
Engine 721 leads train E721 up the 1% grade out of Derwood Dip.
An eastbound coal train rambles through Norge on its way to the coal ports at Newport News.