Originally SCL, then SBD and gone to the dark side. Photo by Dave Petke. From my collection.
Q575 was a reasonably reliable southbound mixed freight in those days. Though it's CSX, originally L&N, the lead unit still carries Seaboard System reporting marks. Considering that it's only abo... (more)
A northbound mixed freight consist has an unusually small set of motive power. It appears the engineer had just opened the throttle a notch or two on that GE. Photo by Cal Christian, from my col... (more)
Resplendent new units proudly roll into Nashville with a southbound mixed freight as old deep seems to be trying to be inconspicuous in the back. Photo by "Boxcar" Jim Satterwhite. From... (more)
Reduced to being a lowly yard switcher this GE is idling out front of the old Clinchfield HQ. Somewhere there's on the site there's a shot of the unit in stealth scheme.
Back in the day when the Santa Train was not so glamorous the consist threads it way southward through bare trees in murky weather. Only the train changes.
Southbound extra taconite train. They just light loaded regular hoppers.
Returning from a railfan trip to Knoxville I discovered a rather spiffy looking Conrail alumnus.
Say so long. West of town a helper set is pushing hard on a southbound coal train destined to diverge onto NS trackage rights just down the road. Our subject is on borrowed time and will be gone... (more)
Too bad they couldn't just put new guts in these as they did on SD45s. Retired and destined for razor blades, this one sits awaiting transport.
You ain't kidding me, it came down from somewhere high up to butcher up L&N to the max when CSX came in. Two years later many Chessie units were looking almost pristine and the "Old Reliable... (more)
After meeting a northbound this coal train has gotten a light at the south end of double track.
Southbound coal, all CSX, all U30Cs. No mufflers on these babies. Always liked this model esthetically.
All auto racks on this date on this southbound train out in the bucolic scenery of central Kentucky. Photo by "Boxcar" Jim Satterwhite. From my collection. A vintage automobile thrown... (more)