CSX train Q627 (Selkirk, NY - Buffalo, NY) picks up a cut of garbage and mixed freight cars from Goodman Street Yard in Rochester, and is now pulling forward past the yard tower to return to the r... (more)
CSX intermodal train Q159 is led by a pair of GE's as it crosses over High Falls in Rochester during the last light of the day. Locomotives:CSX 408 AC44CWCSX 455 AC44CW
Todays southbound manifest train Q515 maneuvers through Roanoke with 5 CSX GE locomotives on the point. The fifth locomotive (#3098) was added not far from here due to two of these engines not wo... (more)
A pair of YN2 GE's lead a CSX intermodal train as it passes under the remaining frame of a New York Central signal bridge at 374 in Rochester. Locomotives:CSX 408 AC44CWCSX 19 AC44... (more)
While the sun shines we see the Q137 roll through Akron under the control of the dispatcher Janet Hill (JLH) as it will soon be one of the last trains she dispatches before her well deserved retir... (more)
The Nashville bound freight train powers upgrade through the S curve at Emerson, GA on a mild winter afternoon in Georgia.
Pinnacle Rock towers over MTY's being hauled back to Danville deep in the heart of Southern West Virginia.
The eastbound Q696 sits clear of a couple of grade crossings, as he waits to meet a westbound, coming off of the single main.
With an S612 waiting for a new crew on track 2, M707 traverses the s-curve at Bell Street as it makes its way off the Prattville Branch and on to the S&NA yard.
U241 crawls past us just south of Calera.
E782 snakes through the S curves just west of Salisbury Jct. When you see a slow moving westbound hopper train on #2 track, it's a good bet that he's destined for the Salisbury Sub.
E782 backs down the Salisbury Sub, crossing the Casselman River on this venerable 1897 truss bridge.
E782's power pauses at the Shaw Mine loadout.
E782 positions their train at Shaw Mine, the only customer remaining on this branch which at one time followed the Casselman River into Maryland.
A long string of mtys are stopped at the C&O signals protecting the West End of Dock siding. The train is waiting on a Bill Creek Shifter to pull out of the siding and cross over with loads for t... (more)