CSX empty autorack train Q249 hustles West over the Potomac River, thus entering the historic town of Harpers Ferry, WV, on a gorgeous fall afternoon. Power for this train is of the veteran type, ... (more)
An old workhorse and DC power makes for an interesting power combo.
A YN1 painted SD40-2 leads a work train at Sproul, eastbound on CSX's Big Coal Subdivision to Elk Run. YN1 painted locomotives are increasingly rare on the CSX system.
A YN1 painted SD40-2 sits at Sproul waiting to get more DTC blocks to head on up the Big Coal Sub.
Idling at downtown Sproul, CSX H065 sports a veteran YN1 painted SD40-2. Only a select few YN1 locomotives remain.
Displaying the veteran YN1 paint scheme, CSXT 8418 leads a CSX H065 "Work Train" by Brounland, on the CSX Big Coal Subdivision.
SD40-2's 8418 and 8017 leads eastbound Q296 out of the Narrows and into Cumberland. The concrete in the foreground is part of the bridge that carries the National Highway (US 40) over Wills Creek... (more)
The power off inbound Q366, a YN3, YN2, YN1 combo, has cut off and is heading for the engine service area. The 8418 was the trailing unit inbound. The 8418 was the C&O 7567, delivered as C&O 7467.... (more)
After waiting for W827 to get out of the way, A016 heads north as light engines. It will race towards West Point to... (more)
After bringing in a loaded ballast train the night before, this pair of locomotives now running as A016 head north t... (more)
After fixing a separated air hose on one of its ballast cars, W067 prepares to tie down in the Notasulga siding, for tomorrow it will be used to drop Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)Locomotive: EMD SD40-2Location: Notasulga, Alabama, USALocomotive #: CSXT 8418Train ID: CSX W067Photo Date: March 31, 2010
A pretty beat up YN1 SD40-2 (ex C&O 7467) sans plow, leads a westbound merchandise through Pittsburgh with the sun providing near perfect lighting.
A pair of SD40-2's flank a SD50.
M713, with a former Chessie System loco, is about to couple to a cut of empty covered hoppers that need sorting.