As the peak fall colors draw to a close in central Ohio, a southbound manifest exits the single track at Hyatts on the former C&O.
Producing 4,000 horses, the prime mover under the blue and gold paint of lead engine #5260, powers the 6 axles that begin the total of 318 that this stack train is composed of.
Kicking up a blizzard.
CSX Q02905 rolls past King Plow as NS 22N comes up behind. Q02905 would hit a conditional stop at the limits of a work zone and then proceed. NS 22N would pull up to Jones Ave. and stop to recrew ... (more)
Rolling through a work zone at 10 mph, CSX Q02905 comes out of the shadows and into the light at Underground Atlanta. All of the construction in this area is in relation to the new Stadium being b... (more)
Q022 passing the Berea Union Depot Taverne
K353 rushes west approaching MP22 on the Cleveland Short Line Sub
Seen from across the Hudson River, a CSX train heading south on the River Line near Fort Montgomery, New York.
Almost done with their run, Q211 creeps across the Chattahoochee River and takes a restricting signal behind Q127 and will follow them down to a crew change at Tilford.
The 5260 and company have just pulled their train all the way up off of the Cleveland Sub, and begin to accelerate east on the Shortline.
Phosphate Train to CSX Barr Yard. (Canon EOS20D, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM)