CSX Y220 runs light past the long abandoned PRR/B&O Watson tower. The tower was built in 1941 by the PRR to serve the Charlestown ammunition depot.
Two former L&N GP38'2's lead Y220 into Indiana as the
sun casts its final rays of the day.
Built in May 1963 as L&N 1029 CSX slug 2328 is on its
original owners home rails as it leads Y220 north to interchange with the LIRC and work the Maritine Center in Jefersonville.
CSX Y220, the second trick South Charleston yard job idles near CSX's "Number One" crossover while making pick ups on the east end of the yard. Numerous customers in South Charleston require CSX t... (more)
CSX GP40-2 6900 leads Y220 north to interchange with the LIRC in Jeffersonville In.
As fishermen try their luck below the dam CSX Y220
heads north into Indiana on a hot summer evening.
After working the Clark Maritime Centre CSX Y220
heads down the Nabb Branch toward the LIRC yard.
Originally built as C&O GP35 3535 now CSX slug 2315
leads northbound Y220 into Indiana late in the day on a summer evening.
Two former L&N GP38-2's lead a CSX local south back to Osborn Yard.
Transfer job Y220 heads north at Shipp Street as they make their way across town to interchange with "The Southern".
After completing its daily switching duties CSX Y220 begins its trip home to Osborn yard.
CSX Y220 lead by a road slug heads south down the Nabb branch at Watson.
With the sun about to set CSX Y220 with its GP30
roadslug up front leads its train north across the Falls of
the Ohio on a cold a frigid day.
CSX 1234 and 1136 run light north across the LIRC bridge into Indiana as a beautiful autumn day ends.
CSX Y220 starts through the lift span on Louisville & Indiana Railroad's (ex-PRR) bridge over the Ohio River. The train is heading south into Louisville after completion of their work in Indiana. ... (more)