An empty grain train from the Cagle Farms mill in Rockmart rocks and rolls through the farms of northwest Georgia on CSX's Cartersville Sub.
An empty Rockmart grain train returns east on the Cartersville Sub heading towards Cartersville
Q004 rounds the bend at QR 120.
An early morning in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky finds an empty man preparing to load at the Spurlock Prep Plant, with some of the finest Kentucky black diamonds.
An eastbound CSX unit coal train switches onto the old B&O Metropolitan Sub, passing the new flood-proof relay boxes
These big CSXT GE's look quite large..and they are..out on the famous old B&O Viaduct out of Cumberland to the fabled "West End". Nothing unusual here, going back to West Virginia with a string of... (more)
CSXT 853 and 555 bring yet another train of coal down the James River, this time passing some spent contraband fireworks casings shot off, no doubt, by some July 4th revelers over the weekend.
The coal market is bad right now but the coal is still moving thru the Peach Creek Yard for now.