A increasingly rare YN2 locomotive is in the lead of a stack train on the evening of August 30th. The train is seen here passing Higbie's Farm Supply adjacent to the tracks.
A westbound CSX empty hopper train, running on NS trackage rights, rolls out of the siding and onto the main at Jasper. (The "R" in Jasper is partially visible on the green station sign ... (more)
In the last rays of sunlight the day has to offer, an intermodal move races across the falls, stacks in tow.
Passing the C&O Station at Prince, eastbound CSX Q130 operates at track speed, enroute to Quinnimont, Hinton, and points east on the C&O with a high priority container train in tow.
Q135 with CSXT 154 flies on West by the Prince Amtrak Station on a Fall afternoon.
Northbound stack train rolls past the old tower where the NS and CSXT cross.
A pair of AC4400CW's (154 & 100) cross the Mohawk River just before Rotterdam Junction on their way to Selkirk Yard in the afternoon sun.
With NS 219 waiting on the left, S572 follows on the heals of Q572 as it heads toward Boyles yard on a sunny August morning... (more)
Heading down the Mon for more black diamonds!
CSXT 154 West, an empty unit coal train, approaches Glenita via NS trackage rights. The crew will regain CSXT trackage at Big Stone Gap en route to the Kentucky coal fields via Hagans Switchback.
A 6000' S612 uses all its horsepower, including an EMD GP40-2 third out, to pull its train past stored autoracks at the new Kia Motors lead and Gabbettville siding.
Rumbling over the "The Grand Canyon Of The East", 442 returns a load of MTY's to the yard at Shelbiana.
Quite the interesting consist this morning, with all kinds of yard power being moved eastward. 2 GP15-1's, 1 GP40-2 with Slug, and Railpower demonstrator unit 5400 follow behind two GE AC's throu... (more)
Empty coal destined for the Mon Sub passes by the US Steel Edgar Thomson works.