CSXT 4471 leads the intermodal train Q126 through CN Johnston Yard enroute to the new intermodal ramp.
Having switched the track, this crewman rides the bottom step as he guides the train through the yard.
A pair of IC SD40's work as a yard job in Johnston Yard as the birds fly the coop.
A CN crew brings the CSX Q126 under the Third Street Bridge into Johnston Yard. The northbound CN intermodal Q195 sits to the left in the picture while a yard job switches in the right.
With a GP9Rm and GP9 slug being used on the yard train R90971 18 (RCL28), the crew looks my way and is probably wondering, "who's the yahoo taking our picture?"
A CN red & black C44-9W (IC 2717) is paired up with an IC black SD70 (IC 1002) in CN's Johnston Yard in South Memphis. This duo is the power for CN M30271 19.
A pair of CSXT GE units (a B40-8 and a C40-8W) are parked in CN's Johnston Yard in SW Memphis. This duo will be the power for the CSX Q179-17 train.
RJY19 makes a push of an autorack in Johnston Yard with a pair of SW14's in IC colors.
IC 1477 is parked at the fuel pad in CN's Johnston Yard.
A former GCFX/Alstom SD40-3 is parked in CN's Johnston Yard with just enough touch-up paint for the CN noodle and the WC subletters and numbers.
A pair of IC switchers (IC 1496 & IC 1484) are seen moving through CN's Johnston Yard.
A pair of new C44-9W's approach the New Horn Lake Road Bridge as IC 2723 leads the M31971 05 train through CN's Johnston Yard.
GE 's have taken over the IC in 2004.
Finding IC GP40's on the Gulf Division are a rare treat in 2004.
LLPX 2228, an ex-Belt Railway of Chicago unit waits for its next call to duty.