The biggest storm since '95...That's what the locals are saying anyway... With more than 18" of fresh powder blanketing the C&O mainline, high priority CSX Q136 tunnels through snow drifts from Wi... (more)
Stack train Q114 eastbound though some color in Guilderland.
Easing down the Cumberland Plateau, CSX Q582-23 has control of the train as you can hear the high pitch whining noise of the dynamic brakes echoing off the mountain. The train will continue north ... (more)
On a warm March day, an empty coal drag rolls eastbound and past some partially snow covered fields in southern Ohio. To the rear of the train some old C&O signals can be seen.
Hot southbound CSX TOFC train Q173 was waiting at Doswell, VA on the RF&P Subdivision as CW4400AC No. 134 trundled across the diamond on the Piedmont Subdivision with an empty unit coal train.
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.
The junked autos at lower right probably don't fit in well with Pittsburgh's riverfront redevelopment plans.
Southbound coal load on a crisp late autumn day.
North bound loaded unit coal train by North Beattyville
Three mine runs lined up in Danville Yard awaiting rested crews and track time. It's Saturday and CSX has a total of 5 trains operating on the branches south of the yard already this evening.
A Leatherwood mine run out of Hazard is snaking along the North Fork on a muggy July afternoon.