The CSX Frontier Yard job arrives to General Mills in the evening. The conductor went inside to have the gates unlocked to enter the plant.
A well-timed cloud helped even out some harsh lighting as J780 popped out of the west portal of Tunnelton on the Indiana Sub.
After ending their westbound run, J780's power rests by the B&O depot in downtown Mitchell.
J780 rolls through the sweeping curves of the west end of the Indiana Sub with a decent train in tow.
A pair of GP40's are singing in the rain as J780 accelerates out of Butlerville in a downpour.
J780 crawls across the CMPA diamond in North Vernon. CMPA still uses and maintains a PRR tilt target signal at the diamond, requiring a 10mph speed limit for CSX.
J780 wraps through Brownstown heading west on the Indiana Sub. The feed mill in the background is in the process of being demolished.
J780 has a decent consist in tow as it blasts through Medora on the former B&O Indiana Sub.
A CSX EMD mother-slug set passes the Lucky Strike building and Native American statue 'Connecticut' at Tobacco Row.
CSXT D750 taking a ex UP C30-7 to it's new railroad OHCR.
CSX local H707 shoves across the NS (ex-VGN) bridge over the Kanawha River to a small yard at Alloy, WV.