What turned out to be a very busy day on the CN&L Sub saw 2 coal trains, an autorack train, NS chip train, work train, and a few locals all run in daylight. For those that know the current state ... (more)
Chessie System unit by the MP 29.20 HBD. CSXT 7765 is one of two units that CSXT has repainted and affixed a small 'Chessie System' logo on each side of the nose. Here it leads another Dash... (more)
A pair of Dash8's, repainted and not. CN 327 is crossing the Ottawa River with a pair of Dash8-40CW's for power. The leader (CSXT 7765) is freshly repainted and is one of two units that CSX... (more)
The other Chessie 'heritage' unit. CSXT 7765 is one of two units that CSXT has repainted and affixed a small 'Chessie System' logo on each side of the nose. Here it leads another Dash8-40CW... (more)
Shortly after a visit from winter storm "Jonas", one of CSX's "Heritage Bumper Sticker" units leads northbound manifest Q697-21 past the classic Clinchfield Signal at NE Johnso... (more)
Train CSXT Q235 rumbles through Sanford just ahead of Autotrain, in what was an uncommon occurrence. A sunrail stop is here and 235 no longer runs via the A line.
Q219 has just left Stanley yard and is turning the corner by Owens to head south and then west.
Q219 leaves the city of Bowling Green behind and re-enters the fertile farmlands of northwestern Ohio.
A view of the CSX Greenwich Sub from the hill next to the New London Reservoir