After a line of thunderstorms passed through the Midwest, a northbound CSX manifest rolls underneath I-74 at the south end of the Brewer Yard with two rare (for CSX) EMDs out front. To see how muc... (more)
CSX Herzog Ballast Train W083-02 heads South through Carara, AL. With a full CSX EMD Consist
One Of The Trains You Will Most Likely See In The After Afternoon, Is CSX Train L279, Empty Autoracks From Selkirk, And Today Has A Neat Lashup, CSXT 4845, SD70Ace And A GP40-2, Nice Lashup As The... (more)
CSX SD70ACes used to be somewhat rare in New Jersey but lately they seem to be showing up on just about anything that CSX runs in the area. One is seen here leading the Tropicana "Juice Train" wh... (more)
A long autorack train wraps around the southeastern connection in Deshler with a duo of YN3 EMD products in charge.
Doing its best impression of an ALCO, the Ace on the point of today’s Q612 rumbles on the straightaway through Loachapoka with a little over 2000 feet of train and 33 cars.
ACe leads short distance and short length trash train Q707 westbound on the Trenton Line through CP Park.
One of the few SD70ACe engines lead the newly released SD40-3 CSX 4009 out of the yard at Brunswick onto mainline headed west.
U324 actually just came west off of the CSX Mon Line which is the track that veers off to the left on the bridge. It pulled up into Riverton Yard, ran the power around the train, and continued it'... (more)
EMD power drifts down the grade to Jellico, soon to be entering Hickory Creek #1 tunnel enroute to Corbin.
Morning sun hits an ACe leader on Track 3 with a load of coal waiting on a crew to finish the journey to Benning Yard in Washington DC.
CSXT 4845 leads train Q108 eastbound on the Indianapolis line
Getting out of the cold are CSX SD70 ACes. Just after I took this shot a CSX employee stopped and said, "Now this removes all doubt about railfans being crazy." Temperatures were near zero with ... (more)
My first SD70ace!!!! After an two hours of chasing from Dade City to Ocala a sun lit oppourtunity emerged. Friendly train crew!