A fairly uncommon sight on the old Gainesville Midland as of late, a former L&N SD40-2 sits tied down behind the building supply shop on a nice summer evening. These older EMDs still roam the main... (more)
Carrying around the cheap-o Canon "nifty fifty" made all the difference in terms of catching this rainy day low light shot. My first precipitation-defined-headlight-beam shot! Empty oil heading b... (more)
Looking good back when these were common and "toasters" were a new novelty.
Warm weather, good power, and old signals are all that I ask for and all that I get here as Q324 rolls northward by Wyatt and I towards Stanley Yard.
SD40-2 leads an EB grain train through downtown Lynchburg.
Westbound R137 exits Pinkerton Tunnel on the west slope of the B&O's Sand Patch Grade. This area will change dramatically in the coming years thanks to CSX's National Gateway Project.
A746, with its two veteran SD40-2s, idle on a cold November night in the scarcely populated location of Chehaw.
Heading away from the sunset, CSXT 8155 shows some great contrast much like the clouds and signals in the background.
8155 leads a train of mixed freight out of Fostoria as a bronze sunset provides some dramatic lighting.
Westbound CSX manifest train passes Berea following several days of snow.
Q249 is a little bit more colorful than normal due to an ex-BC Rail unit in the consist. Thanks to Keith Zygowski for the heads-up!