"Weighing Hoppers at Port Bienville"
On the morning of September 30th, 2022, Port Bienville Railroad GP38-3 #2039 (ex-BPRR 2039, née CO 3880) is seen towing a handful of loaded hop... (more)
"The Port, Air & Space Railroad"
On the morning of September 30th, 2022, Port Bienville Railroad GP38-3 #2039 (ex-BPRR 2039, née CO 3880) is seen towing a handful of loaded hoppers... (more)
CSX train X527 (Montgomery,AL - NOLA) makes good time crossing Bay St. Louis in its namesake town in southern Mississippi on CSX's NO&M Subdivision.
One of CSX's land barges from NOLA makes an early morning crossing of Bay St. Louis,MS on CSX's NO&M Subdivision.
The 5305 leads an assortment of GE models across the Bay St. Louis bridge in Mississippi as a few beach goers enjoy the waters of the Gulf this afternoon. From this view one can see how much CSX ... (more)
CSX Q145 crosses the Pearl River bridge as it heads west between Mobile and New Orleans. This shot was taken from the paradise gardens of my Bay St. Louis dream house. Judging by the pictures I've... (more)
The Louisville & Nashville was a class act. I rest my case.
UP and CSX power lead a westbound freight across the Pearl River at Bay St. Louis, MS. In August 2005 Hurricane Katrina made landfall here destroying the house, railroad bridge and Highway 90 brid... (more)
Folks enjoy a beautiful day on the beach at Bay St. Louis while Q601 heads south toward New Orleans.
Hurricane Katrina severed the CSX main line in several places. Here the bridge over Bay Saint Louis was washed out leaving only the supports. Sections of the trestle can be seen in the water. N... (more)
A CSXT train with an all EsPee consists lands at Bay Saint Louis as it travels towards New Orleans under a typical gulf coast sky.
View from the east shore of Bay St. Louis at the Gulf Coast Limited prepares to land.
Looking forward from the conductor's side window of Amtrak F40PH 388, we can see the stop signal at Bay St. Louis Draw Bridge, possibly a result of the rain.
A look at the control stand of Amtrak 388 reveals we are stopped as required by the Stop signal indication we have received at the Bay St. Louis Draw Bridge on this rainy day.
Hangin'on as Amtrak 504 bounces across Bay St. Louis Mississippi with P023 - The Gulf Coast Limited in tow.