Point-No-Point - An Intermodal train is departing the CSX South Kearny Yard as it crosses the Passaic River at Point-No-Point. This swing bridge is owned by Conrail as part of its North... (more)
Before the rerouting of a lot of traffic to the Widlwood Subdivision, traffic on the Sanford Subdivision use to be twice what it is now. Nearly 4 years later I have yet to time a train crossing t... (more)
A eastbound coal drag passes by the old coaling tower at Thurmond.
A single GE has an empty coal train well in hand as the eastbound train rolls under the westbound absolute signal at C Cabin that once guided movements across the diamonds with the AC&Y and NYC, b... (more)
Q579 finally gets permission to leave out of Montgomery and uses all the muscle its two AC4400 locomotives can generate to pull their "high and wide" transformer that's seen second out in the frei... (more)
An empty Herzog train sits on one of the car shop tracks on the East End of CSX's Augusta Yard. How many locomotives can you count in this photo?
A single GE leads a train of empties past C-Cabin and the C&O signals in Carey.
Another trainload of empties heads east down the C&O at C Cabin on a hot summer day.
Westbound circus hammers through the little town of Owego on a very moody November day.
CSXT 356 "Spirit of Brunswick"
A Saginaw Bay Southern coal train lead by run through units from the tracks former owner, CSX, accelerates on the mainline southbound out of Saginaw Yard.
This Saginaw Bay Southern coal train is beginning to depart out of the yard after awaiting for LSRC 181 to clear the single track mainline south of Saginaw Yard.
A non-coal train passses the art-decco station at Prince.
The Spirit of Brunswick sits in her namesake town of Brunswick, MD on D742, waiting for a crew to take her to Benning, D.C. See EXIF data for shot details.