An L&N original SD40-2 built for that legendary railroad in August 1979 rumbles through the Church Street signals in very familiar territory but without the usual CSX lettering across the nose. O... (more)
With a fresh crew onboard, G120 makes its way through the interesting Fogg Street crossing with part of the Nashville skyline in the background while W940 sits back and awaits its turn to head sou... (more)
Q300 had an interesting combination of SD40-2/SD70ACe on this sunny Saturday morning. Even more interesting was the lack of "CSX" lettering on the nose of 8035.
A matched set of YN3 standard cabs lead Q231 south at Kirkwood. Note that the 8035 is missing it's nose logo.
Although classified as an autorack train. 265 appears more like a grain train. Along with some autoracks, the train was carrying coil steel and tankers.
Passing the restored Hawesville depot.
A placard that explains construction of the 1932 L&N bridge and SB train Q265 crossing over the river.
Passing under the old CNW coaling tower in the last light of the day is a train made up of 2 sets of GREX self-unloading conveyor rock trains.
8035 and 6434 wait their turn for heavy repairs at the CSX (Former C&O) Huntington Locomotive Shop.
How about the weathering job on this guy
CSXT 8035 leads the Yellowdog (Kingsport-Dante local) northbound across Route 270 in downtown St. Paul.