A pair of Norfolk Southern engines run sandwiched between the company power, as they cross the Etowah River pulling a Northbound freight just prior to sunset.
After waiting for a short time at Emerson, the Northbound manifest resumes its run, seen here crossing the Etowah River with several Norfolk Southern units helping pull the load.
The Northbound manifest creeps along the main at Emerson, where it will soon stop to allow a Southbound manifest to go around via the siding. Note the Norfolk Southern power sandwiched between the... (more)
The former CNJ Grasseli Branch once connected the railroad's Perth Amboy and Elizabethport Branch with the Sound Shore Branch. A portion of the Grasseli Branch is still in service, connecting Conr... (more)
An eastbound export coal train from Danville awaits a recrew out of Hinton to take the train through the New River Gorge. The yard office and tower is the site of the former C&O Handley Yard Offic... (more)
The three track C&O signal bridge at Brown Street is on borrowed time, with it's replacement looming in the background. Signal illuminated by eastbound CSXT 923.
An 11,000 foot Q602 with an astounding 10 locomotives (9 up front 1 DPU in the back) rolls past the WofA coaling tower as it is about to cross over the former Central of Georgia (now Norfolk South... (more)
An 11,000' Q602 passes the downtown area of Opelika, Al with an impressive assortment of power totaling nine locomotives in the front and a single GEVO pushing from the rear.
DPU with a view. With its DPU pushing hard against 8300 feet of train, Q602 rolls through the city of Opelika. The city's colorful shopping district can be seen in the background.
DPU on the WofA! CSXT 923 brings up the rear of Q602, which was an 8300 foot long train with 127 cars this day. CSX has recently started training crews on the A&WP/WofA subdivision to run... (more)