Q017 makes its way around the double-track connection from the CSX Greenwich Subdivision to the Willard Terminal Subdivision on a sunny and humid May evening.
After starting out the day in Laurens, SC and running down the CN&L Sub, CSXT W999's turbine load is about to pull into Cayce Yard as it crosses over the Congaree River. As luck would have it, th... (more)
Moving GE and Moving America. It's nice to see a caboose on any train for any purpose--the CSX H&W train moves a GE turbine past the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Little Mountain, SC. The... (more)
Getting back onboard. The conductor of CN 327 gets back onboard lead unit CSXT 806 after backing into the siding in Huntingdon, Qc. The CN crew is waiting for a CSXT crew to come and take t... (more)
Two CSXT GEVO's and a CN GP9. CN 327 has a pair of CSXT GEVO's (ES44AC CSXT 806 with steerable trucks and ES40DC CSXT 5272 with conventional hi-adhesion trucks) and a CN GP9 (CN 4102, which... (more)
Q358 stops at the old Bud Board and in the narrows waiting to get into the yard at Cumberland
Blue and grey off to work.
CSX U211 highballs southbound along the A&WP sub through a field of flowers just south of the town of Palmetto. The train is somewhat of a anomaly as coal trains south of Union City on the A&WP ar... (more)
Not the way to start a rainy day! Night shift has left day shift a problem. Not much will move until 806 gets lifted out of the pit.
Two of four headlight bulbs already burned out? Still, two new units with a uniform unit train makes a nice sight.
It's a shame she's not still Conrail blue.
CSX 806 and 805 bring coal train V634 down Sandpatch grade at Foley Overlook.
Normally a coal train that is hauling only lumber cars. A large tree branch is wedged on the plow and it is blowing snow around.
Awesome contrast of power in CSX's Hagerstown Yard.