The afternoon quiet of Upper Sandusky is momentarily shattered by E494 pounding the diamond with the CF&E as it heads south to the coal fields on the C&O.
After a rainy, cloudy late summer, October 2011 brought clear skies to the Hudson Valley. That helped as this CSX Dash 8 brought trailers and containers southbound across the Iona Island Trestle.
Stunning color pops as the sun rises over the city and the horizon as a stealth 40-C runs east basking in it's beauty.
With less than four locomotives on the CSX roster still in Conrail painted and less than a half a dozen in YN1, this C40-8 is on borrowed time as she idles as the trailing unit on eastbound Q302. ... (more)
One of three C40-8s in stealth paint exits the Cumberland River bridge. When I first saw these units in 1989, I thought they were 100% ugly. Amazing how 20 years and a skosh of yellow paint can... (more)
Hauling new JB Hunt traffic, Q121 crawls over the Cumberland River at 'South CR Drawbridge'. Despite the interlocking name, it is in fact a swing bridge and has been mis-named since L&N days. Dig ... (more)
In the last rays of the evening sun, Q109-30 rolls through the diamond at CP 16 with one of only three dash 8's in the "Stealth" gray paint scheme. Over the last few weeks, the 7587 has made seve... (more)
A southbound train crosses the Bicentennial Mall which was built to celebrate Tennessee’s 200 years of statehood.
CSXT 7587 is one of only three dash 8's in the CSX fleet still wearing the gray "Stealth" paint scheme.
An old stealth GE is a little ways from home rails as it leads a CP manifest thru town.
CSX 7587, 7773 and 2772 moving cars around at Apex.
A rare Dash 8 in YN1 paint is sitting at Cayce ready to go to work. (JCH -- 300D)
One of a couple remaining stealth scheme C40's on the point.