Flange squeal engage! The highest numbered AC4400CW on the CSX roster leads a nice mish mash of GE and EMD power, including a fresh-looking GP40-3 in last place as Q277 leans into the curve off th... (more)
NS 123 comes through the interlocking at Butler St after a few CSX trains head down the New Castle district. NS 1072 in all its green glory lead four more ponies (counting a mid-train helper) as i... (more)
A colorful, matching set of YN3 CSX locomotives haul a very colorful stack train CSX Q143, preceding the arrival of the Illinois Terminal Heritage unit. Although both units look good against an al... (more)
A loaded norfolk southern grain with the usual suspects for power heads south passing an opposing CSX general merchandise freight on track 1.
Wabash E8 1009 has been right at home for 3 years at the Virginia Museum of Transportation following an outstanding restoration prior to it's ride to the grounds. I am told that this was also EMD'... (more)
An oddball duo of a CSX Tier 4 and an NS C40-9W pull what I believe was NS 177 on this date.
Western visitors appear at the CSX/NS diamond in Marion, OH heading southbound on the Sandusky District. Image taken with a mobile device.
Ya gotta love those times when you unknowingly intercept a heritage unit :)
Having just been loaded with coal from AK Steel in North Excello-Middletown, Russel, KY bound CSX E411-08 crawls through Butler Street on a restricted signal.
I don't doubt that all 4 units were online as they rumbled through the Butler Street interlocking. This was 1 of 2 trains on that date that registered over 11,000 feet long!