It's CSX's turn to cross the diamonds at Attica Junction. NS has run three trains through and now CSX has 4 trains ready to go.
A colorful, matching set of YN3 CSX locomotives haul a very colorful stack train CSX Q143, preceding the arrival of the Illinois Terminal Heritage unit. Although both units look good against an al... (more)
Kennedy Curve: Was the station name of this location until resignaling of this territory a couple years back. From 200 feet above ground the footprint of the former P&LE main and a small ya... (more)
The 'overpass to nowhere' will soon go somewhere. CN 327 has a pair of CSX ES40DC's and a CN GP38-2W (CSXT 5273, CSXT 5277 & CN 4762) and 97 cars as it passes an overpass with an interestin... (more)
Westbound grain empties kick up the snow at downtown Hurricane.
In the early morning sun, eastbound intermodal containers operating as CSX Q130 pass over the Potomac River as they continue their journey east on CSX's Magnolia Cutoff.
With Q617 past it at Bell Street, Q614 gets a light to head from the M&M Sub. to the A&WP Sub, where it will get a fresh crew and continue its journey to Atlanta.
CSX stacktrain Q191 rolls westbound under the wires through CP Kalb alongside a Septa commuter set at the NTC Station.
CSXT 5273 dodges the fluffy white flakes falling in Homestead and fails miserably if the snow on her nose is any indication.
Q140 with CSXT 5273 leading leaves Station E after refueling, while Q380 with BNSF 4347 on the point is tied down waiting for a fresh crew.
Eastbound 138 passes the small Lafarge yard on the west side of Lordstown.
A late running Q108 hustles towards Little Ferry. Nikon D50 18-55mm www.railroad-photography.com
The River Line at its most spectacular. Nikon D50 18-55mm. www.railroad-photography.com
Q261 approaches the Meyersdale defect detector while a pair of windmills turn on a distant hillside.
Stopped for a crew change...