CSXT 8589 was built by EMD in 1984 as Baltimore & Ohio (BO) 8589, to CSXT 8589. CSX later derated the locomotive to 3,000 horsepwer and specified it a SD50-2.
Before Charlotte built their light rail line from Pineville to downtown, they ran trolley cars on a short section of former Southern Railway single track line. This shot taken in February 2005 sho... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train 337 is leaving the main line in Charlotte to get on the R Line for South Carolina and it's eventual destination of Charleston.
In 2006, a local railroad crew onboard CSXT #6020 prepares to leave the yard in Charlotte, North Carolina to serve local industry in 2006. The locomotive was built as Baltimore & Ohio GP40-2 #4120... (more)
The power for 218 sits on the engine track at the Charlotte Intermodal Yard.
Two CP motors sit head to head in CSX's Pinoca yard in Charlotte NC, after getting there on one of Chicago's tanker trains. One an EMD SD70ACU, and the other a GE AC44C6M.
ACWR 271 and ACWR 270, (ex NS OCS), visits the queen city for the first time since it's fresh new paint job. I hate the NS sold these, but i'd be lying if I said they didn't look pretty.
A Norfolk Southern Railway intermodal train passes through Charlottte, North Carolina on a lovely Spring Day in May 2014.
South bound light rail train in Charlotte, NC leaves Bland Street Station in a sgt frm 2011.
NS 15R sits silent and crew-less at CP N Advance, after the crew timed out the night prior. Legend has it, it still sits to this day.
The SGLR route in Sarasota is U shaped. The 580 here is on the curve rolling from the former SAL route southbound to the former ACL north. The destination is Berry Plastics at the end of the line.
"Remains of the Evergreen Branch"
A Middle Village bound "M" train makes its usual station stop at Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues on the BMT Myrtle Avenue Line passing above some remains ... (more)
Piedmont service for Raleigh departs from Charlotte's circa 1962 former Southern Railway station.
An aerial view of the BNSF Galveston deadline. On the left are the Port of Galveston and the G&W-owned Galveston Railroad yard.