This old US&S Searchlight Signal will soon meet its fate but not today. Still standing tall, it controls the movements of northbounds with its unique and classic look. An Atlanta bound stack trai... (more)
Time has run out for the crew of CSXT #3267, so a new crew will be brought in as soon as possibly to try and keep this intermodal train on schedule. Until then, it will occupy the 9,317ft siding ... (more)
Phosphate empties travel enroute to Mulberry, FL through Standing Rock behind a recently painted GEVO locomotive. Passing a signal much older than it, it's a shame that this US&S Searchlight Sign... (more)
The signal at the southend of Standing Rock, gets illuminated by a fast Q680. Passing with a high green, it keeps a steady speed of 50mph until arriving at the northend were it will decrease spee... (more)
Normally powered by 3 or 4 locomotives, Q185 tows containers south with only two engines today. With a shorter train than usual, BNSF Dash 9 No. 4162 cruises through the small community of Standi... (more)
Splitting the signals at Standing Rock, DC power leads mixed freight north with a centerbeam flatcar and around 20 cement cars starting the consist of a long Birmingham, AL bound Q679.
With the end of Q684 swinging into the siding, the engineer of a Tier 4 BNSF unit, waits for a signal indication to throttle up and take stack train Q185 south.
The most popular locomotive EMD has ever produced, the SD40-2, leads a northbound mixed freight train through the signals at Standing Rock. This particular one is in CSX's blue and gold paint sch... (more)
Around 9:30am, an Ex Conrail SD40-2 enters Standing Rock with mixed freight and passes a soon to be replaced old CSX signal. The Lineville Subdivision is preparing to replace all the older signal... (more)
On a cold and beautiful morning, the power for this southbound container train, comes in the form of a brand-new GE ET44AH on the point and a GE ES44AH CSXT No. 3083 assisting in keeping their fr... (more)