Nothing says welcome to the South more in summer than over abundance of the imported vine, Kudzu. Originally brought to North America to control erosion, the fast growing vine rapidly did it's job... (more)
A trio of CSX units in the "stealth'' paint scheme grind upgrade through Baum Hollow with a coal train.
In sweet evening light, loaded slab train K550 blasts out of Harpers Ferry tunnel with a battered looking CSX 7570 on the point.
CSX C40-8 7570 leads CP 288 east through Wisconsin Dells.
Q249-25 has just arrived at Jessup Yard, just behind the distant bridge, and is ready to push back into the yard (. In an unusual combination move, the train brings mixed freight out of Baltimore... (more)
MCHPB 29 pokes its nose out of the short tunnel at Hole In The Wall. The location is named simply because there is a hole in the wall, the wall being the approach for TRRA's MacArthur Bridge over ... (more)
MCHPB 29 has a pair of CSX motors this day, and is about ready to make the turn onto the Chester Sub for the final five miles of its journey with this crew.
Local train D732-05 is returning from the GE plant in Belvedere with the usual long string of boxcars made up with almost every fallen flag that made up CSX.
Five GEs head to Selkirk. Right to left-- 7570 (C40-8), 388 (AC440CW), 5215 (ES44DC), 7732 and 7368 (C40-8W).
C40-8 ( yes sans W) 7570 meets ES44DC 5274 at control point 43 on this fine morning.
U161 stalled on the hill at Darbytown and the Y116 pushers were called to push him over the hill to Fort Lee. Here the trailing pusher engine, CSXT 7570, is seen pulling away from me as they slowl... (more)
Staring down the track at an oncoming train in Fostoria passing signals along the way.
Three stealth GEs wind down the hill at Oreton with a Carolina-bound unit coal train.