CSX Q436 is seen headed East through Ashland, MA on a sunny Saturday morning.
An empty coal train approaches Rowlesburg after descending Cranberry Grade.
A rock train snakes through downtown Orlando, something that now will be very rare in daylight. Today a Sunrail station stands at that spot. Freights, what is left, mainly run at night.
Northbound CSX Q697 working through a winter wonderland scene at Trammel, VA on the former Clinchfield mainline.
CSXT 702 leads Q017 west in the warm evening light on a gorgeous Leap Day, 2012
CSXT 081 creeps up to the Seminole Electric plant (behind me) to begin it's journey to the unloader.
CSXT 081 rounds a curve in Bostwick with loads for the Seminole Electric Plant in Palatka.
CSXT 702 and 915 power a very short Q020-08 through Lancaster, New York as the sun sets.
The Ronceverte helper, CSXT 702 shoves T224 east, between the double tunnels at Fort Spring, W Va.
Rolling Meet! A Southbound loaded coal train proceeds down the Main as CSX Local F783-09 crawls up the Siding at Martinez. Right after this frame, CSXT 848 on F783 would be covered in shado... (more)
CSX H802, a Rainelle shifter makes his way off the NF&G during the 2009 fall peak. This portion of the NF&G is quite secluded from civilization.
CSX 702 and a fellow ES44AC head for the east leg of the Sewelly Valley Apex and head for Meadow Creek Yard where they will drop off their 30 loads and bring 30 MTY's back up to Rainelle.
CSX H802, a mine run from Rainelle creeps past a small creek enroute to the Meadow Yard nearly 5 miles down the line.
A westbound coal drag struggles to keep his train under control as he rumbles downhill approaching the "loop" on the NF&G. The foliage in southern West Virginia is 98% peak as of October 26th.