Mixed headed for CSXT's Goulding Yard and a crew change
Q609 easily fits on the Escambia Bay bridge.
Conrail blue at the beach ? Q608 skirts the beach at Pensacola with a pair of Conrail blue GE widecabs.
CSXQ605 exits the long bridge over Escambia Bay.
Two days after Hurricane Ivan devistated the Florida and Alabama coast, trees and debris still litter the CSX Main Line.
A big AC motor leads the east-bound intermodal into Goulding Yard.
Switcher putting the Stella Turn together at Goulding Yard, alongside Q601 who's ready to leave.
Replacing the rails calls for lots of mechanized equipment. This truck was brought in to support the track gang.
Southern Pacific run-through power was common on CSXT's former L&N route from New Orleans to Florida. On Mar. 15, 1996, CSXT R102-15 rolls eastward with SP GP60s 9752, 9722 and SD45T-2 6845.
Seven GP30's and GP30M's, all ex-Alabama Gulf Railroad, undergoing maintenance in Goulding Yard preparatory to being delivered to their new owner.
Westbound, my third and last train of this long day. The wooden trestle was destroyed by Hurricane Ivan in 2005 and has been replaced with a concrete structure.
The day's last available rays puts a slightly odd hue on yellow armor paint. Last unit is SP 5110 (B23-7).
AGR (a RailAmerica subsidiary) interchange traffic gets deposited in CSX's Goulding Yard. The weather is good in this photo compared to how it was a few hours later.