While one crew scoots their EMD road slug and mother unit out of the way, the crew of Q464 gets their big GE and HLCX SD40-2 ready to go to work. CSXT 2286 was built in 1964 by EMD for the Baltimo... (more)
The rapidly setting sun is casting long shadows across the west end of Norfolk Southern's Conway Yard in Conway, Pennsylvania as two remote control jobs pull cars out of the bowl tracks. Both jobs... (more)
A CSX EMD Slug Set with a nice GP30 carbody leader brings welded rail train W013 south through Bolivar, GA on a warm autumn afternoon.
In what would be my last photographed train of 2023 CSX L441 races north along the banks of Like Nickajack in the golden hour before sunset.
A TRRA hump job is seen shoving its last few cars over the hump on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
Hiding in Plain Sight. The CSX local has reversed into the Precoat Metals building, where it will deliver some cars and then return toward its small yard on the NIT.
View of the CSX roundhouse at Nashville , Tn
Working in the Elements. In yet another day of the immoderate weather we had in Columbia, with some ominous clouds nearby, the local Y102 heads back toward town on the Eastover Sub to work... (more)
Hill Climb. The local Y102 climbs a short grade on the NIT, short for New Industrial Track, which was built in the 1960s to serve a local industrial park in Columbia. While there are lots ... (more)
A GP35 road slug and GP40-2 mother unit await their next assignment at Apex.
Starting Work. The CSX local heads out on the Eastover sub with just a caboose in tow.
PAL's 35th anniversary units 1986 and 2021 work their Louisville yard.
Pulling. After delivering some cars to the Precoat Metals facility, Y102 pulls forward to begin the process of reversing onto the track immediately in front of the picture, connecting to so... (more)
Ready to Reverse. The local is awaiting clearance to reverse this load of cars inside the Precoat Metals facility in Columbia, SC.
Where's the Rest of Me? The CSX local reverses into a local metals place on one of its random outing to work the NIT, a once-bustling industrial park with rail access near Columbia, now re... (more)