The CSX Troy local, based out of South Schenectady, picks up an empty boxcar from K-C Refrigeration Transport, currently the only active customer on this line. One of their highway moves can be se... (more)
The CSX Troy local, based out of South Schenectady, heads south along the Hudson River. The Troy-Menands Bridge (built in 1933) is in the background. B761 is returning SB to a connection with Amtr... (more)
The CSX Troy local, based out of South Schenectady, heads south past the historic Burden Iron works office building (now a museum) located along the former New York Central line to Troy. This buil... (more)
An eastbound mixed freight splits the signals at NA, located between Mance and Philson, as the train stretches out along the contour of the mountain side.
The local CSX GP40 runs (backward) through downtown Fredericksburg.
The Fredericksburg area Local, D793, sits idle as the brakeman works to hook up air hoses on the rear of the train. He has just started the day's work, and has a cold one ahead of him, with highs ... (more)
The Fredericksburg Local heads out of the yard on the first day of fall, with temperatures definitely feeling like it, nearly hitting 45 degrees overnight. Now it is a bit warmer, and the crews ar... (more)
The Rock Runner rolls across the famous wooden trestle in downtown Historic Harpers Ferry. High above on the hill sits Saint Peters Roman Catholic church.
Nocturnal train D791, "The Valley", makes a rare daylight appearance passing Halltown Paperboard, the oldest continually operated industry in West Virginia.
Q751, the morning Rock Runner sits on the quarry connection track, waiting for a late D791 to pass. Once D791 passes, the Rock Runner crew will double their train and head east to Bladensburg, Mar... (more)
D791, bound for Brunswick, Maryland, passes by the westbound vintage B&O signal which protects CSX train movements over the NS H-line/CSX diamond.
The empty Rock Runner runs through the "ICE Cavern" towards Millville, WV, as freezing rain coats the dormant trees on Virginus Island. The Approach signal replaced a B&O signal (located 1/2 mile ... (more)
The campsite at lower right marks the aproximate location of the present day Mance Training Camp.