A hotshot 12,000 foot intermodal heads north through the Georgia countryside.
At 7,320 tons the 8,836ft long CSX Q126-04 (Savannah,GA-Memphis,TN/CN) slowly comes to a stop at the south-end crew change point at Lookout (MP J-148.1 Lookout) on the starting point of the CSX Ch... (more)
Q126 marches through downtown Birmingham, Alabama and along side the former L&N passenger station which now serves Amtrak's Crescent.
CSX Hotshot Intermodal Q126 roars through Shocco Springs, AL. With a CSXT SD70MAC on the point
CSXT SD70MAC #4797 leading CSXT AC4400CW #450 power CSX Hotshot Intermodal Q126 as they head North through Coosa Pines in Grasmere, AL.
Two CSX ES44AHs in the new "How Tomorrow Moves" paint scheme lead a red hot Q126 south past the former Atlantic Coast Line depot and the railfan gazebo at Jesup.
CSX Q126 storms through the Howell Interlocking on its way to Hulsey Yard in perfect sunlight. A fresh coat of snow blankets the ground after yesterdays rare southeastern snow storm. The train has... (more)
As I stand on the pedestrian walkway that runs across the Tennessee River and was formerly the NC&STL right
of way CSX Q126 rolls north.
Q126 heads north past Nickajack Lake.
A northbound intermodal passes through Cowan during a monsoon-like rain shower.
Two trains from two different railroads hauling very different commodities meet on the former NC&StL. On the left is CSX intermodal Q126 and on the right is NS 732, a Plant Scherer coal train. NS ... (more)
Westbound on the former Georgia Railroad main toward Atlanta, about 40 miles away.