B&O on the B&O. CSX 6025 (GP40-2) began life with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 9/1972. On Wednesday, April 24, 2019, it was an appropriate leader for the CSX Geometry Train as it covered for... (more)
Geometry Train is backing down off the A-Line/Sanford Sub to the Auburndale Sub. They will then cross the diamond northbound on the old mainline that ran to Coleman, reverse then do the same back... (more)
Typically when one Geometry train rolls into FL, the other isn't far behind....that is, when it comes to CSXT & NS. In this case, CSXT's W001 trainset spent a whopping two weeks between Jacksonvi... (more)
A former B&O GP40-2 brings geometry train W001-14 out of Tunnel 29 at Speers Ferry, Virginia on the famous Clinchfield.
Nashville is a very busy area for CSX. On any given day multiple trains can be seen coming through the city and making shift in the shadows of the old Union Station. The city is growing fast as se... (more)
A CSX GP40-2 leads a geometry train east through Fairport. Locomotives:CSX 6025 GP40-2
Track geometry train W001-30 heads Westbound on the former B&O mainline between Philadelphia and Baltimore. A few days ago, this train was Eastbound, and created many new slow orders across the li... (more)
A CSX inspection train heads east through Dolton.
CSXT 6025 leading W001-29 passes under automatic 431 as it heads back to Frontier Yard in Buffalo N.Y
CSXT sent their geometry train south on the A-Line and at the same time, FEC is running NS's north out of Miami. Is it me, or does 6025 looked a little freckled?
A CSX Geometry train heads west through Minooka, passing under the CN's Illinois River Subdivision, formerly owned by the EJ&E.
A westbound freight crosses the bridge at Harpers Ferry, WV.
Inspecting the tracks along the Kanawha Subdivision, part of CSX's Huntington Division, CSX train W001 makes way East as the lone GP40-2 crosses under the overpass in the small town of Hurricane, ... (more)
A CSX geep leads the track geometery cars through the yard while yard power humps another cut of cars.