CSXT 7558, seemingly devoid of its logo circa 2008, leads a southbound manifest freight towards the crew change location at Pine Street on the south end of Tilford Yard.
On the way from Cincinnati to Louisville in a beautiful setting; note lack of road name on lead unit.
Looking stealthy with it's CSX logos missing, C40-8 #7758 leads Q378 past the still unoccupied eatery once known as the Station Restaurant
CSXT 7558 and a SD70MAC lead an empty coal hopper train through the abandoned town of Thurmond, WV on it's way back to the coal fields of West Virginia.
Q352 only gets one today. It's funny, the last time I was at Sand Patch, the helper pool was full of SD50's. Today, the helper pool is all GE's.
Built in August of 1989, and wearing Builder No. 46049, CSXT 7558's paint job may have seen better days, but at least it is still running, unlike a good number of C40-8's on other class 1's. Here ... (more)
CSXT 7558 and 7531 are two of five C40-8's working out of the Connellsville helper pool as of late. Here the matched set rolls west past the stored auto racks at Garrett on their way back to C'vil... (more)
Finally somewhere new for me to shoot on the Keystone Sub that is, I think, a very cool place for pics. Eastbound loaded coal bucket gets a push from two, yes, two C40-8's that are in the helper p... (more)