CSX coal train T21707 passing the bascule bridge over the James River and Kanawha Canal at Great Shiplock Park.
A westbound CSX empty hopper train rolls through the rain en route from Richmond to Clifton Forge (via Charlottesville and Staunton).
The Breaks of the Big Sandy was once promoted as the "Eighth Wonder of the World." Of course that "title" has been bestow to many places all over the planet. On April 27, 2001,... (more)
CN 327 is a train which runs with a CN crew from Montreal to Huntingdon, Qc, where a CSX crews takes over and takes it across the border. Here it has two of CSX's newer engines. They have slightly... (more)
Passing the former town site of Stone Cliff, eastbound export coal loads grind upgrade through Claremont, the location of the far eastern edge of the original Thurmond yard. Today, very little rem... (more)
Loaded coal drag passes the old C&O Coaling tower in Thurmond.
CSXT 722 leads a train west on the Lehigh Line, seen here passing an eastbound at Hillside.
CSX manifest pulls into Brunswick at the crack of dawn. Heavy fog blanketing the Potomac River Valley is visible in the distance.
CSX Q276 is approaching Baltimore Street in downtown Cumberland. Baltimore Street is the helper station for the east slope of Sandpatch Grade.
Q276 is seen easing into Sandy Hook with an approach and he will crossover to #4, probably for a crew change. Canon EOS Digital Rebel 75-300mm USM lens
Northbound mixed freight leaving Knoxville area
Power move through Pikeville on the Big Sandy sub.