One of the enormously powerful GE 6,000-h.p. units and a similar unit are westbound at Tucker with a freight headed for Atlanta. CSX and Union Pacific were the only purchasers of the true 6,000-h.... (more)
Signal trouble this evening has caused the AC6000 lead Q617 to slowdown as it comes to a stop at SE Cusseta. After a brief pause, the train would be back on the move again. Also residing in Cuss... (more)
Going, going....CSXT AC6000CW leads L540-07 past the continued development in Emerson, GA on 2/7/16.
A side by side comparison of radiator sections from GE’s latest AC locomotives show just how unique of a design the AC 6000 models used. This massive overhang was needed to accommodate the enormo... (more)
Lightspeed The 621 looks as though it's preparing for the jump into hyperspace as light trails from stars overhead as well as that from an oncoming Q679 give this stationary unit the look o... (more)
10:00am - Sounds like D70002 and Q32701 are still trying to get underway to get west out of Grand Rapids. Q32602 is sitting out at Hudsonville waiting on these guys. Not sure if Q335 got to drag t... (more)
CSX 621 leads a eastbound coal train as it heads for Hinton just as the morning fog burns off.
As the last of the morning river fog hangs in the valley at Sandstone Falls, an eastbound loaded coal drag catches the morning sun near Brooks, on its crew run from the coalfields to Hinton.
A CSX eastbound stack train highballing through Berea, Ohio
Eastbound coal empties wind through the Coal River Subdivision at "Riverbend", just west of the W.E. Coal River Siding.
Low evening sun bothers the crew, the conductor's visor is down, and the engineer is doing the same. This autorack his headed west, out of Cumberland.
Q364 with a pair of AC6000CW's for power approaching the bridge over Bagley Road in Berea, Ohio
Westbound manifest, Q400, leans into the curve at Harpers Ferry Station.
Westbound freight exits the Harpers Ferry tunnel on a sunny evening.