A former CR unit heads up a train on former CR trackage. Per the conductor and dispatcher, this was a "hot train."
Ex Conrail 6055 (CSXT 7303) leads a fast stack train on it's way towards Selkirk yard before it gets a new coat of paint in the last light of the day.
Can opener Conrail scheme C40-8W leads CSX intermodal Q190 eastbound over the ex PRR / Conrail high line.
Westbound symbol Q385-01 clears downtown Akron on a sunny but extremely cold windy winter day. Note, the paved area to the left of the tracks is the old right of way for the Erie Railroad.
I miss the nice way Conrail blue use to contrast with fresh snow. You can just barely make out the original nose lettering of the battered '7303'.
Q388 passes under the new cantilever signal mass at Sodem.
Waiting for a boat to clear Lower River Bridge, a short Q15124, lead by CSXT 7303 & HLCX 6080, sit in the afternoon sun, just after passing the "Toledo Docks", in Toledo, Oh.
A old Toledo Terminal phone box, keeps Q15124 company at the Lower River Bridge crossing of the Maumee River, with CSXT 7303 & HLCX 6080.
Starting to reveal its true identy, as ex-CR 6055, and showing its fast and cheep, patch job, is CSXT 7303, as it waits at Lower River Bridge, in Toledo, Oh., on Q15124.
Ex-CR C40-8W, now CSXT 7303, leads HLCX 6080, northbound at Lower River Bridge, across the Maumee River, in Toledo, Oh.
Conrail Quality leader climbing the east slope along Wills Creek.
Still sporting Conrail blue, CSX 7303 was just one of a slew of foreign power in St. Paul Yard.
New & old CSXT units on CS 174 departing Chattanooga