Y201 heads south on a hot July day with a pair of 38s and a pair of cars.
While shoving into Hill 6, the leading tank car drops off the track as the trailing truck somehow picks the point. This area was a constant head ache. I was employed with this RR when this image w... (more)
Welded rail train heads west with a slug/mother set made up of former Georgia RR 755 and C&O 4079.
Thinking there might be a problem, CSX crew stops to examine the switch points before proceeding south.
While the TC10 was down with 'winter problems', this borrowed CSX GP38-2 was used to switch the P&G plant.
End of an era as the last of the Belt line is removed. The last customer having left in 2012, CSX had no use for what was left.
Still wearing it's original paint as it pulls a cut of cars at New River, the former C&O 3567 would later become Road Slug 2304.
Pausing along the river track in a dense fog after pulling the 2 mill in the morning.
Respondek's Indiana Eastern GP10 looking clean on former C&O tracks at Cottage Grove.
Languishing in the woods waiting for CSX and a trip to Larry's 7 months after shut down.
"Park it." Done switching the yard, the crew brings the 6462 in for a break.
C&O 3888 rolls off the end of 20 track. Failure to set a handbrake was blamed as the cause.
Conductor L. Hubbard eyes the ice build up on Hill 6 that would later prove to be problematic when covered with snow.
Pausing at the crossing as the snow flies and the GMRY 70 sits in the unofficial 'dead line'.