Seen here Departing Selkirk yard is K533 with a big beast (AC6000CW) on the longest day of the year.
Q241 creeps into Fostoria behind an AC6000CW.
An AC6000CW in its original "Bright Future" livery leads an autorack train into Fostoria, where it'll make a right hand turn onto the Willard Sub.
CSXT Q241 slows down to enter the Willard Sub
Not a cloud in the sky as coal loads head east over the Potomac River.
GE's largest horsepower product leads a 6800' empty autorack train north over CSX's scenic Chattanooga Subdivision.
I caught this freight waiting for an Amtrak train that never came before sundown due to a different CSX freight that broke down.
A CSX "Big 6" and a CP AC4400CW lead this lengthy, eastbound potash train through La Grange. This train came of the CP at B12 and is now utilizing the Indiana Harbor Belt main.
AC60 leads CSX unit trash train westbound through snow covered Park Junction on the Trenton Line.
A pair of CSX AC6000CWs drift along on the rear of a southbound loaded coal train at Dryden, VA. These pushers will be needed to get the train to Watkins on the NS Appalachia District where they w... (more)
It is a busy Friday in the Port Norfolk Intermodal yard at Pinner's Point. The 660 works the yard while the 8868 sits on the adjacent line with a string of empty cars waiting to be loaded.
A couple of GE's head towards their destination of the Rocky Mount yard with 124 cars from Philadelphia on a very busy Saturday morning. What's not so evident from this nice sunny shot is that a ... (more)
A conversation is taking place, its participants oblivious of the approaching westbound manifest.
Q254 is led by a matched set of AC6000CWs
Q130 slides through the curves eastward towards the ports of Virginia. Check my other photos at http://www.pbase.com/airfire/airfire