Working industries headed back to Winston, O738 is a weekday local that runs this side of the former Sanford Subdivision.
8906, the roster shot....the placement of the mirror on the engineer's side makes it appear "3906"....and this seems to be the case on all 10 units so far.
An escapee leads Q541 as it approaches the outskirts of Waycross on its way south.
New Wales empties are diverging around the wye headed to Agrock. The line crosses the Achan Sub at grade, but the rails have rusted to a deep brownish red from there.
Running as a "Key Train" today, O730 has made a beeline from Winston headed to New Wales.
Loads for New Wales leave the yard, passing the empty train that was delivered. On a good day, Mosaic will have their own power on hand and, at the same time, drag the empty cars over to Four Cor... (more)
The art of getting all the individual motors leading is short order when they are paired up and turning in daylight. This train has dropped loads and is taking empties right back out to Fort Mead... (more)
Loads from Mosaic's South Fort Meade mine are about to diverge into Ridgewood Yard to swap for empties back. Years of instinct roaming the Bone Valley came into play today. With traffic down, yo... (more)
Empties from New Wales are about to enter Mosaic's Agrock Yard to swap for loads. This is currently one of the reliable operations in the Bone Valley, with many jobs orienting to/from New Wales r... (more)
O738 has run up to the Martin Marietta Loughman yard to drop loads and is returning light south, but will pick up cars enroute to Winston. It had to meet Amtrak's Silver Star plus a loaded coal t... (more)
CSX ST70AH 8904 leading CSX K339 southbound on the Bypass at 78th St in Tampa, FL.
First revenue run! Brand new CSX ST70AH Tier 4 locomotives (EMD SD70ACe-T4s) #8904 and #8900 lead coke train K34412 north out of Bowling Green, FL on a warm July afternoon.