CSX train Q534 rolls under the remains of the L&N coaling tower that straddles the main line at Lebanon Junction, KY. The train is just over twenty miles from its terminal in Louisville.
An eastbound CSX unit grain train drops downgrade through the S Curve.
An eastbound CSX unit grain train exits 102 foot long Wasp Rock Tunnel.
Double the power, Double the Fun! CSX Q197 arrives into Augusta with not the usual 2 Widecabs leading, but 4! I don't know what's been going on lately, but its been a recent trend to see Q1... (more)
CSXT 136, a single snow covered CW44AC idles in the yard at South Charleston as CSX Y450 approaches in the background providing a perfect silhouette.
CSX N668-16 hugs the southern shore of the James River just west of the signals at the West End of Reusens. The snow is from the Snow Storm of 2009, a storm that dumped 15" of the white stuff elev... (more)
New railroad?? An extra X has some how ended up on the side of the engine.
Work train O03011 enters the yard as light power waits patiently.
Another view of the coal train power and a general overview of Rochester Yard.
Shortly after 6 AM Q581 streaks by the signals at Nickajack Lake with 136 leading. This Loco is lettered CSXX on the engineers side, and CCSX on the firemans side.
Early morning light finds this eastbound CSX coal train passing through Gate City. It is nice to be able to sit on the porch and read the morning paper with a view like this! Note the interesting ... (more)
Led by a single AC, NB N258 rolls along the main and across Clear Fork Creek at North Saxton.