In the early morning hours of a cold winter day, a Cayce, SC to Louisville, KY auto train is seen thundering through Auburn, with an increasingly-rare all YN2 lash-up. The caboose to the left of t... (more)
#2 heads east through Pine, leading a lengthy stack train.
Construction work made it impossible for CSX 2 to trigger the crossing until it was in the crossing; so the conductor had to step down and protect the crossing until the engine was through.
An extra north has stopped at the south end of Elkhorn awaiting permission by a stop signal.
One of the earliest AC4400's ordered by CSX leads coal empties by the Magnolia CPL's.
Pacing CSX N668 through South Charleston with a rough looking CW44AC on the point.
CSX N668 sits idling just west of the signals at South Charleston due to some obstructing power lines which could've ended in disaster if they would've fallen onto the train. Thankfully after sitt... (more)
Ex-CSXT 9101 (I only ever saw it with that # once) leads an empty OUC coal train up #1 track.
The engineer gives a wave as he brings CSX Q62123 to a stop in Philadelphia to wait for B779 to clear up before continuing north.
CSXT 2 leads # 255 eastbound after turning the corner at Fostoria, Oh., and past F Tower, as it heads east for Willard, Oh.
Southbound mty unit coal train en route to NRG at Dione, Kentucky for loading. This is the ex-L&N Poor Fork Branch of the CV Subdivision.
Southbound coal begins its passage through The Breaks Interstate Park in dramatic fashion crossing the Russell Fork River.
Q600 with the 2 in the lead is meeting ribbon rail train A017, led by a GP30 road slug