Following Amtrak out of Cumberland, this container train is heading east at full track speed!
Looks like it's running on a lot of new ties, too!
CSX E614 and a fellow widecab lead CSX E614 over a small trestle in downtown MacCorkle.
With the C&O signals still proudly in charge, CSXT 761 charges east with black diamond empties in tow.
Under beautiful fall like skies and a comfortable 70 degrees, CSX E614 led by a fairly clean ES44AC rounds the curve just east of the ABS "3.2" signal at Lower Falls, east of St. Albans.
Awaiting the green on the east end of Shelby.
This is the new way of fueling. Here a SB coal train getting a drink of nectar prior to departure.
The 761 DPU has just assisted an extra south down the Blue Ridge loops and is crossing the North Fork Catawba and highway 221. Next stop is the siding at Sevier.
The late evening shadows begin to cover the scene at Copper Creek Viaduct as a northbound empty hopper train rumbles across the 180-foot high span which was originally constructed by the Carolina,... (more)
With the sun just about to drop below the horizon CSX 761 leads a northbound empty hopper train through Fort Blackmore.
Westbound empty coal blasts out of Stuart Tunnel. The longest tunnel on the Magnolia Cutoff.
The sleepy little south Georgia town is being greeted by yet another train.
A CSX led stack train passes Qwest Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks.
CSXT N231 South, charging along the Toe River on the former Clinchfield Railroad. Carolina Pine comes to mind... EXIF Data in file.
N231 South, passing the Toe River Freewill Baptist Church