With an YN2 AC4400 in the lead, CSX intermodal Q157 heads north on the CSX River Sub, snaking along the west side of the Hudson River. The long intermodal stretches off into the distance as the tr... (more)
After receiving a signal at Wildwood, GA (MP J-143.8 Wildwood) the empty CSX G335-11 slowly snake its way around the s-curve on the main 2 track up the south end of the steep slope of Raccoon Moun... (more)
With 35 loads of coal in tow, a pair of GE's catch the last glimpse of evening sun as they descend the Claypool loops on the original Nicholas, Fayette, and Greenbrier Railroad (NF&G) in rural sou... (more)
Garbage train heads south with the majestic size of the Bear Mountain Bridge evident as it dwarfs any object. The remnants of an old ship lie in the foreground as the tide rises as it does some ... (more)
It's raining Cats and Dogs as a downpour consumes Q216 as it passes the Dry Run signals just west of Martinsburg, WV.
With MTYS from Curtis Bay, MD, CSXT 388 brings train E711-02 under the US&S cantilevers at Edgington, KY. In the days of steam, the spur to the right was used by the Limeville Pusher between assis... (more)
Two "bright future" AC's lead an empty coal drag under the "Dupont" intermediate signal bridge in Wurtland. The train will soon approach "RJ Cabin" and enter the Russell Terminal where the train w... (more)
CSX pulling western empties in Holland? Nah... D80124 pushing on the rear of this western coal load turning north around Anthrax Curve at Waverly Yard. Glad the pusher units left their ditchligh... (more)
After dropping off an empty train or autoracks at the Kia plant in West Point, Q220 continues through Loachapoka wi... (more)
With only light engines, Q220 makes its way through the quaint little town of Loachapoka on a gorgeous May afternoon. The locomotives have just come from West Point, GA where they dropped off an ... (more)
Habitual GE power leads 161 out of Hamler and into the fading spring light.
Q380 passes through downtown Rochester, NY as Spring Flowers bask in the sunlight.
Southbound unit train of MOW hoppers.