Loaded military train W857-07, en route to Fort Drum in New York, crawls east on Van Bibber siding, as it prepares for a meet with Q409.
Having just knocked down the signal at West Van Bibber, W054-27, with a Balfour-Beaty under cutter in tow, is east on the single main, with a very nice standard cab EMD leader.
Q296 with a Tier 4 leader, is east on the Philly Sub single main, passing Van Bibber siding.
Q141 holds in the siding, as W999-27 with the safety train in tow speeds east on the main.
Q032 speeds east on the main passing Van Bibber siding.
The little engine that could! W080-19 with a GP15-1 on the point is eastbound on Van Bibber siding. The loaded Herzog train in tow is destined for the site of a washout on the Trenton Sub just e... (more)
With no room in the Baltimore Terminal empty oil train K043-26 slows for the stop signal ahead on the siding at West Van Bibber.
After a brief stop on the main at East Van Bibber to allow Q405 into the siding, hotshot intermodal Q032 is back on the move east.
K043-03 slows for a stop signal ahead on the siding at West Van Bibber, as hotshot intermodal Q034-02 speeds east on the main.
K055-06 with a brand new Citirail unit on the point, westbound in the siding, slows for the stop signal ahead at West Van Bibber, where he'll meet the eastbound Tropicana train.
Empty bauxite train K534 approaches West Van Bibber on the siding, preparing for a meet with Q216, with quite the surprise on the point!
Loaded slab train K550 hammers west on the main approaching West Van Bibber.
Q703 is west on the main slowing for a stop signal at West Van Bibber, where Q438 will snake around him in the siding. CSXT 5001 is one of three units to wear Diversity in Motion paint.
Having just passed through West Van Bibber interlocking, P907 is east on the Philly Sub single main, deadheading to Port Newark, NJ.
A late running Q217 nears West Van Bibber on CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision.