CSX 548 heads east through the Luther Jones Road crossing with autoracks full of new cars.
Former L&N 8086 - in the siding at Mt. Meigs.
SD40-2's 8418 and 8017 leads eastbound Q296 out of the Narrows and into Cumberland. The concrete in the foreground is part of the bridge that carries the National Highway (US 40) over Wills Creek... (more)
Q296 crosses the Potomac and is just short of Graham Tunnel at the other end of the bridge
CSX 163 leads northbound autorack train Q296 along
Frankfort Ave. as it heads towards Cincinnati.
CSX SD40-2 8074 leads autoracks north as it nears Glencoe.
Having just passed over the Kentucky River CSX SD40-2
8074 a former L&N/Family Lines unit leads northbound
autoracks at Worthville.
A CSX eastbound rolls thru Homestead. The area behind the train was once home to US Steel's Homestead Plant, one of the largest steel mills in the world. Today it is home to The Waterfront, a ma... (more)
The Foley Overlook.
A pair of SD50's lead eastbound Q296 downgrade thru Glencoe on the east slope of Sand Patch Grade.
Eastbound Q296 passes under the abandoned WM Keystone Viaduct.
I photographed many a Steelers game at Three Rivers Stadium, but I rarely incorporated the building into my train photos. Three Rivers was imploded on 2/11/01 and has been replaced by PNC Park an... (more)
MP 11 means Q296 has just passed the Kensington detector and CPLs and is approaching the station on its way east.