A once common 'yellow nose 2' C40-8 enters the cut along a TVA Resevoir on the Tennessee River.
CSX K442-29 ( Lawranceville,GA-Marquette,IA) gain momentum after getting a medium clear signal to diverge from the single main track to the number 2 main through the small rural town of New Hope, ... (more)
A YN2 C40-8 powers a welded rail train past local power on the former C&O mainline along the Ohio River
A train of ribbon rail skirts the Ohio River at Maysville, Kentucky on its trip east.
CSX W025-08, with a ratty standard cab GE leading, passes by the local power in Maysville on the old Chesapeake and Ohio mainline
Two brand new "stealth" GEs power an empty train on NS trackage rights. Actually these units looked pretty cool when brand new, with dark blue running gear.
A CSX train heads west as another train in the distance heads south.
After blocking the line for three hours, Q640 made it about 500 yards before stopping again in front of USX ET's Continuous Caster Mill
The ONE Plan must not be fully implemented yet, as the Q135 was abolished on Monday. Perhaps this train is remaining "overflow" traffic.
Crossing the Mon River with loaded Clairton coke, bound for Detroit.