K421 tucks under the ever-growing endangered CPL at OB Cabin as it crosses the C&O Bridge from Kentucky to Ohio.
Once CSXT trains hit the CFRC territory, they gain "Z" symbols, which is funny if you consider this was once their domain. For several months, we would get the Taft-Waycross mixed assem... (more)
Taft-Waycross daily passes the painted mural at Michigan Avenue.
Q456 is getting out of town quite early today. After it moves under the overpass, it hits the TOFC signal and is on CFRC territory.
Nearing the top of Cajon Pass, CSXT #7860 east is in command of an empty UP ballast train heading to Utah as it passes the Silverwood control point and begins to round the big curve approaching Su... (more)
One of the nicest ballast trains you'll find, solid pool power leading on BNSF rails at Verdemont.
CSXT 7860 east leads this empty ballast train on the Cajon Sub.
Taft local crew is switching K978's train. The way it works now, the inbound crew gets in before dawn and spots the first half of the train, then around 10AM Florida Rock is ready to have the emp... (more)
CSX train Q453 is usually an early morning staple at Folkston and today is no different, as they roll into town with its usual pair of CW40-8s smoking it up. The lead unit is sporting its as deliv... (more)
Q359 thunders through downtown Meyersdale, passing the old passenger depot, which is now used to MOW storage.
CSXT 7860 and ES44DC 5431 lead Q103, a Southbound intermodal train from Charleston, SC to Jacksonville, FL at Folkston, GA. In the background is the former ACL passenger depot.
CSX begins to clear the tracks near Brunswick after the Blizzard of 2010. The conductor flags the crossing as a set of three engines begin the work of clearing track 2 west.
The locomotives that would be used later in the day on Q245 are resting in Rougemere Yard as the powerhouse of the Ford Rouge complex towers over them in the background.