Southbound manifest passes the C&O signals at E.E. Robbins
While the engineer of E711 converses with the HD Dispatcher about the previous nights debacle on his run to Columbus aboard Q311, the eastbound train of empties roars towards the Darst Road bridge... (more)
Eastbound empties roll south through the often photographed railfan spot of Robbins.
Center siding action on the C&O. Due to a ballast train working #2 track, N810 with DEEX empties from Monroe, MI uses Robbins Center Siding to meet N824 with DEEX loads for Monroe, MI.
The eastbound K173 heads under the old C&O signal bridge, and prepares to split the westbound signals, on the Northern Sub.
With a little fall color starting to show, CSX 8075 is the sole power for a set of MTYS from Flint, MI to Russell, KY, as it rolls by the east end of Robbins Center Siding.
The Q310 heads under the old C&O signal bridge, and passes by the westbound signals at Robbins.
Eastbound grain loads approach Coal Dock Road as the train passes the east end of the Robbins center siding.
With the center siding, US&S signals and codeline denoting what use to be a typical scene on the C&O, T926 rolls by the West End of Robbins on CSX's Russell, KY to Columbus, OH Northern Subdivisio... (more)
A westbound coal train breaks the silence for a few moments, as it heads past the Givens Chapel Cemetery.
E457 rolls east at the West End of Robbins Center Siding with 131 empties out of Ashtabula Harbor bound for Russell, KY.
The engineer on Q634 greets his counterpart on Q310 as the two trains pass at the West End of Robbins Center Siding.
Q310 accelerates back to track speed after performing work at Greggs.