It's the afternoon hours in downtown Birmingham, and CSX Q689-29 (Birmingham,AL-Waycross,GA) has come around the curve, and clear the 24th St Block (MP-391.1 24th St.) on the Boyles Terminal. Runn... (more)
The sound of big GE's fill the air as an empty auto-rack train blasts around the curve and into the small community of Habersham.
CSX 623 hauls an empty autorack train up Duff Mountain at Habersham.
A westbound auto move passes an old and now derelict New York Central freight house. With the cornerstone showing a building date of 1950, this structure now watches the parade of CSX traffic.
After coming around the curve at 24th St. CSX Q689-21 (Birmingham,AL-Waycross,GA) slowly heads through downtown Birmingham on the CSX Boyles Terminal. Note the Sloss Furnaces still tower's over th... (more)
After being recrewed on the passenger main at Russell, westbound coal loads for the Toledo Docks blur by Greenup on the C&O Northern Subdivision.
Empty ore buckets heading east.
The best patch of color of the entire weekend. An Eastbound heads down the grade at Moss Run.
A trio of CSX AC6000CW's roll Q421-23 westbound through Charlton. Power is CSX 623-5012-688. 18000 hp for only 30 cars!
Q169 slows for a speed restriction at CP 382.
Still amazes me this crossing has no gates or flashers
Westbound trash train seen at East Feltonville with HLCX SD40-2 6226 in the trailing position.
CSX unit trash train K277 heads west on the single main passing through Park Junction in this down-on view from the 29th St. pedestrian bridge.
CSXT 623 and Q17514 hustle south toward Chalreston on this warm December day.