A YN2 AC4400 leads intermodal train Q160 as it heads east out of Rochester, New York and passes through the highway junction of I-490 and I-590, known locally as the "Can of Worms."
On the morning of October 19th, 2019, CSX train Q160 is being lead by a YN2 AC4400CW. The train is seen here crossing over from track 1 to track 2 at CP 382 on the Rochester Sub.
A single unit is on the point working through the S curve at Fairhope.
July 6, 2000: We're at Wallsend, KY, just adjacent to Pineville (and separated by the Cumberland River). This was once a small L&N yard and terminal, fielding mine runs, locals, and the serving as... (more)
A Low Number AC4400CW Leads The Q022 Through Amsterdam On A Beautiful Summer Morning, The Q022 Would Add A CSX Leader With Cab Signals For The B&A Since CSXT 35 Does Not Have Them.
One of the many eastbound coal trains I saw this day prepares to pass beneath the NS H Line at Shenandoah Jct., WV. Power for most of the trains today was less than stellar, with three of the four... (more)
Just after sunrise, Q597 crosses the approach to the Ohio River Bridge on the Henderson Subdivision. With recent heavy rains in the area, it is evident why the approach is a bridge rather than a ... (more)
CSX Q692 passes through CNC (Columbia Nitrogen) as it slows creeps into CSX Augusta Yard after the first leg of its journey from Savannah, Georgia to Erwin, Tennessee. I was able to finally get a ... (more)
An eastbound empty hopper train approaches New Castle as it splits the DTC signs.
With the West End Bridge in the background, eastbound Q226 rolls through Pittsburgh.
Eastbound coal, just past Natural Tunnel
CSX #35 leads a string of auto racks east on the former NYC "Chicago Line" on a gray late winter afternoon