Now that the new GEVO "SD70 killers" are starting to arrive on the property the first group of SD70's rumored to go are the CITX units, including this one that was on the point of an eve... (more)
CSX train Q268 heads for the River Sub with CITX 3068 in the lead. 3068 was built in September of 1970 as GTW 5929, before becoming GCFX 3068 and eventually what it is now.
Westbound on the former Chesapeake & Ohio mainline, former Union Pacific SD45 No. 3634, now CITX No. 2811 leads a westbound grain empty through St. Albans with a genuine EMD consist.
224 once was the mainstay of GP40-2's now ruled by the big M's. Though the GE's are slightly delayed, when they arrive these motors will be eventually leave the FEC.
CIT Group/Capital Finance, Incorporated MP15DCs 1530 and 1529 sit at the end of a long string of UP diesels buried in the Metro East Industries facility in Alorton, Illinois, on October 4th, 2014.... (more)
A lucky catch, a leaser leading 101 on a warm day. The three CITX motors will be the very first of the SD70M-2 fleet to go when the GE's settle in.
Assigned to BNSF's Hinckley Local, this one-time Southern Pacific SD45 is preparing to shove cars into the St. Croix Valley's interchange track at Hinckley.
Freshly painted CIT switchers are at the head of the line of units at Metro East Industries . Taken with permission to be on property!
Central Maine & Quebec train #1 heads west toward Farnham Yard as it rolls trough farmland at Adamsville in Quebec's Eastern Townships.
With the former FURX leader lacking air conditioning, the crew does what they can to stay cool, on this warm summer afternoon, as Q249 runs west on track 2 through the Laurel MARC station.
A leased CITX geep bring a cut of autoracks out of the west end of Gibson Yard for headroom.
A CITX leaser guides an eastbound manifest into Cumberland Yard.
The Blues Brothers! as they are known on the FEC are back for a tour... rare lashup of two CITX motors leads 101 today. The CITX motors will be the first to go when leases are up.
On the day we went to see Clinchfield 100 return to Erwin we found this operation unfolding. We could find no information but I would suspect a motor had "birdcaged" and needed to be ch... (more)