CSX P904-01, the Inbound Kentucky Derby Train, diverges over to the #1 main at Ford as it heads toward the RJ Corman Yard in Lexington for staging before the big trip to Louisville on Saturday
CSX 873 rolls under the old C&O cantilever signal at Ford's Branch. At Shelby, he'll pick up two pushers for the trip to Dante, VA.
The DPUs on 770 work hard to get the train rolling after a crew change took place at the head end.
A fairly new GEVO runs as a DPU on the NS 722, which now runs with the new ECP braking system. The NS GEVOs are the only units equipped to run ECP trains so the 722 now runs with three GEVOs on th... (more)
NS 22A, having just been given a signal at the CP at Ford, heads West under the Ash Street bridge.
NS 16T knocks down the CP signals at Ford to tie the train down for the outbound deadhead crew in transit from Roanoke, VA
NS 25N in three step protection mode while conductor uncouples.
NS 22A rolls west past Ford and a NS signal maintainer waiting for 22A to pass.
The engineer of NS 25N provides 3-step protection for his conductor as they double their train at the West end of the Bristol yard.
NS 25N ready to head West after doubling the train which had been tied down in two tracks to fit in the Bristol Yard.
NS 111 comes into Bristol with a unit badly leaking diesel. The crew was able to immedately isolate ex Conrail unit 2579 and take care of the problem.
14G swings into the park on the Morrisville Line
A former Conrail unit moves its train east.
A southbound coal train passes his pusher at Ford, KY, on his way up Richmond Hill.