Q137 leaves Warwick in late evening on its way to Chicago.
Nightly rack train Q277 knocks down the signal in Warwick on a crisp, cool early November night.
The signal at Warwick is all red after guiding two consecutive westbound movements off the single track. After a cloudy day, the night has brought a clearing in the sky.
Manifest Q355 lights up the signal at Warwick showing an approach medium indication, as the train is hot on the heals of a westbound coal train U303.
D763 rolls west out of Warwick via the non-directional siding with a longhood-forward SD40-3 rebuild at the helm. In this serene country setting, some early fall foliage can be seen setting in.
A pair of LTEX engines wait for D750 to pick them up and more than likely be scrapped.
Road freight Q358 winds onto the single main at Warwick, passing a myriad of CPL's along the way.
Friends and RP Contributors Ron Cady, John Ryan and Richard Thompson take in the sights on the west side of Warwick as Q135 passes the CPL at "Knot."
K381 splits the CPL signals at the east end of the Warwick interlocking.
CSX 8809 still in Conrail blue leads another Conrail on the controlled siding at Warwick. A rare duo to see in 2009.
A CSX unit grain train rests in the non-directional siding at Warwick, awaiting a new crew to take it west. A rare duo of matching Conrail painted units are at the helm.
CSX local D763-01 enters the Warwick interlocking to interchange cars with the OHCR, which had just departed moments prior. It is seen leaning into the Super elevated curve in Warwick, taking on a... (more)
A CSX stack train around some of the old CPL signals at the west end of the Warwick interlocking.
After interchanging with RJ Corman, D750-21 accelerates east on the banked single main out of Warwick. The matching set of GeePs still wearing Yellow Nose I paint are becoming a rarity.
WC01-21 heads south out of Warwick Yard after interchanging with CSX. While on CSX rail the train's symbol is Z613.