Q368 doubles up at Barr Yard with a veteran SD50 (rebuilt to -2 standards) in charge.
CSX Y104 which no longer runs is seen at East Point, Georgia with it's transfer from CSX's now gone Tilford Yard to NS's Industry Yard.
Kickin' In High Gear On a wet bright and early May morning, CSX Q582-10 (Atlanta,GA-Nashville,TN) is notching out as the long manifest drag its way through downtown Dalton, GA (MP WA... (more)
Getting ready to make the curve is the long empty CSX Q210-24 (Cayce, SC-Smyrna, TN) being led by a pair of SD50-2 in full dynamic braking keeping the empties at a safe speed while making the des... (more)
CSX W001-13 glides around the curve just south of the Walnut Industrial Park just south of Dalton, GA on the CSX Western & Atlantic Sub (WA) (MP-96.0 Dalton). The Geometry train is heading south a... (more)
Back to back EMD eastbounds, an Ex Seaboard SD50-2 leads Q392 through Lock 14.
The A052 ballast train spends the evening on the storage track in Notasulga after a busy two days of dumping rock between Opelika and Loachapoka. Although it may look to be alone at the moment, t... (more)
One of the trains to look out for on this line is the bi-daily Bloomington to East St. Louis manifest because it is the only train on the line that does not require a cab signal leader. This train... (more)
The conductor of the Huntington local, CSX H796-23 waiting in the yard at Kenova, stands on the ground & watches as the Russell - Huntington "Peddler" CSX H779-23 rolls by on the mainlin... (more)
No April Fooling this day! That is an SD50-2 leading the Q155 intermodal train into Woodland this morning. With over 11,000 feet in tow, this monster of a double stack train knocks down t... (more)
A surprising veteran SD50-2 leads the W094 train of 22 Difco Dump cars into Loachapoka this evening. Even though this former Chessie System locomotive pulling this train has a colorful history, th... (more)
CSXT Columbia local F750 is finishing their day of work as they return to Cayce Yard with the veteran EMD and former Conrail power in charge.
The "Double" Q386 gets tied down on the siding in St. Johnsville by it's conductor on rather mild March afternoon.