In near white-out conditions, 383 reaches the summit at Sand Patch and passes a helper set and a stopped R137. The weather on this day was constantly changing, intense snowfall at one moment, bri... (more)
Racing down the tracks at 50 miles per hour, headed to Baltimore with a coal train.
I believe this photo was taken on a day when I should have been attending class at my high school. From what I recall, I intended to go to class when I left the house, but the weather was just to... (more)
One of my favorite classes of locomotive, a rebuilt SD40-2, leads manifest Q376 down the Potomac River Valley near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. This leader began life as C&O SD40 7509 built in Ju... (more)
You won't see any GEVOs or dark future engines in this shot, but five different paint schemes are visible - CSX, Chessie, B&O, Seaboard System, and Family Lines.
Westbound empties roll past A Cabin at the summit. Those familiar with the location will notice the old C&O signal structure has been removed. I fear one day A cabin will follow it.
Coal drag beginning to climb the Newburg Grade
Q148 seen from a new perspective running wrong main Eastward along the Famed B&O's Concrete Wall Curve.
Eastbound power move X020-22 slowly lumbers past the CPL at Broadford. The X020 along with Q216, Q276, and Q394 were held west of Connellsville after Q148 had a run in with some pedestrians at the... (more)
Featured in the 2008 CSX calendar.
Hundreds of icicles hang from the lining of Harpers Ferry Tunnel as a rerouted X364 approaches.
CSXT 4310 in Gilford Rail System paint.
A matched set of three Chessie SD50's lead a coal train, loaded at Grafton WV, under the old Western Maryland main east of Mexico Tower.