A mix of old and new in Baltimore: A YN2 AC4400 and a brand new SDACET4 cruise through the remains of the B&O Locust Point yards.
CSX Q15218 heads north across the Oswegatchie River.
No longer stopping to drop cars at Goodman Street Yard, now handled by Selkirk to Buffalo Local B789, CSX trash train Q635 speeds through on the main. Locomotives:CSX 224 AC44CWCSX... (more)
Q685 prepares to split the signals at the south end of Jemison siding that are seen in the midst of a signal upgrade change occurring along the former L&N mainline between Birmingham and Montgomer... (more)
Q685 makes good time south towards Montgomery as it leans into a curve just north of the Calera yard with a 55 car long train all the while being conducted over by an Alumni from the nearby Calera... (more)
CSXT 224 leads a westbound on the Indianapolis line in the evening light. Fuji Provia 100F
U241 rolls by at the blistering pace of 10mph. This restriction in speed is due to the presence of a broken rail just to the left of this photo.
Typical of the tight terrain in Appalachian RR'ing, a faded CSX coal drag emerges from one of many rock cuts it must traverse below Jellico. Slide fences protect the crews from rocks across the tr... (more)
Headed north with empties.
CSX #224 is pulling a long line of cars down by the expressway enroute to the crossing over the James river.
CSX intermodal crosses over to the NS to cross the River Bridge.
A CSX coal train rounds one of the many curves on the former C&O line that parallels US route 23