There are those times when you look at units that seem pretty new and realize, wow, those things are getting some age on them. I remember the days when a GE over 25 usually had a center cab.
Rounding one curve and about to head into another, an eastbound hopper train works on getting back up to full speed, after waiting for a westbound at KN Cabin.
The headlight from westbound U944 pierces the crisp night air and silhouettes two relics of the past; the intact code-line and three-track C&O signal bridge guarding the West End of the Pembervill... (more)
Using the old fashioned way of air conditioning, Q689 and its standard cab lead engine gallop through the 24th street signals and out of town as another day along the Boyles Terminal comes to a cl... (more)
Fall colors peaked out at many places last weekend along the Keystone Sub
A freshly painted unit leads Q698 from Cincinatti-Hamlet. I don't really like the YN3 scheme, but it looks sharp on freshly painted standard cab GE's.
Northbound autorack train Q272 rolls through rural Sparta, KY on its trek from Louisville to Cincinnati and points north.
This must have been the stealthiest train on the railroad!