Copper Basin Railway train OT-1 hauling copper ore is about to begin the unloading process at Asarco’s dumper at Hayden, Arizona, on March 8, 2005.
The Paducah & Louisville has a stretch of track literally on the banks of the Ohio River between Kosmosdale and West Point, KY. Here PAL CC2 heads south along the river on its way to Cecilia.
CBRY in the fresh new paint scheme under dark storm clouds on New Years Day 2015.
These units seemed to retain their CSXT identities, even at this stage: 4280 became RoadMate 2355 and 4289 to 2356. Respectively, ex-C&O 3900 and 3909.
Fairly rare anywhere these were regulars here, from the days when C&O bought them.
Eastbound OT-1 is approaching the yard at Hayden Junction with 58 loads of copper ore.
Here is the latest engine to be repainted into the new Copper Basin scheme.
OT 1 passes through Kearny, AZ on its way to Hayden.
Late evening just south of Hayden finds a Copper Basin freight heading for the Ray Mine.
Copper Basin Unit Train is descending the grade from the smelter to the yard at Hayden Junction.
Copper Basin Unit Train is headed north onto the Ray Block after meeting the Ore Train 1 at Ray Junction.
Kennecott Copper Ray Mines Division #2 waits for the SP job to clear so it can pick up empties for return to Ray Mine. RMD 2 would later become Copper Basin 402.
Working the hump . Though everything says Chessie we are well into CSX running the show.
Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay GP39 507 basks in the Florida sunshine on January 20th, 1973. Built in July 1970, ASAB 507 is one of 23 GP39s built by EMD - Literally one of them, as Chesapeake & Ohi... (more)