CSX train Q157 ( Philadelphia, PA - Buffalo, NY) emerges from the Broad St overpass in downtown Rochester as it rounds the curve near MP 372 on the CSX Rochester Sub.
CSX Q152 heads north.
CSXT power brings up the rear of unit steel train UGALPIT, as it rounds the sweeping curve on the north track between Siberia and Klondike.
When you get to Copper Creek and the light is straight on the head end....go to the air! Q696 crosses over the high bridge at Copper Creek, passing parallel to the NS Appalachia District below.
Q696 exits Sykes Mill Tunnel Southbound on the run from Shelby to Kingsport
Q696 passes the Clinchfield-era doll arm signal at the South End of Boody. The track on the right is the connection track to go Eastbound on the NS Clinch Valley District, which hasn't been used f... (more)
Crawling and thundering up is westbound manifest Q421, as needed mixed freight out of West Springfield to Selkirk, the train is seen here QB 129 climbing the 1.5% grade.
CSXT 801 and 796 lead a loaded coal train along the Nolichucky River at Relief, NC.
Big Mac 807, one of the last SD80MACs in Conrail paint leads empties westwards by Hobbs
Big Thank You to BGA for the Heads Up!
A pair of EX-CON's head up V738 @ GTC.
If only the ex-Conrail MACs were out there alone with the empty hoppers.
A pair of SD80MAC's haul a loaded coal drag unit the old WAS signals at Port Perry. Note the newer signals are in place but not cut into service.
CSXY 807, still in her CONRAIL Paint sits in the Morning Sun waiting for the W&LE to bring back an Empty unit train to return to the coalfields
One of the remaining CRQ paint SD80AC's as of the date shot passes through one of the more famous locations on the James River Sub.