A rare trio of older "bright future'" GE's departs east for CP-SK with a heavy 640 axle freight on a frigid afternoon.
A nice trio of 'bright future' GE's thunders south in the low afternoon sun on Track 1 with two other southbounds on it's heels. It's getting harder and harder to see a matched set of Yn2s on a... (more)
Class leader for a transitional model. CSXT 9000-9052 were built with both some Dash9 features (i.e. 4400 horsepower and the new split cooling system) but are similar to Dash8-40CW's extern... (more)
Led by the CSX Dash 9 class leader, Q561 heads west in the last minute of sunlight just outside Erie, PA. The track on the left is the end of the GE Test Track.Locomotives:CSX 9000 C44... (more)
Led by the CSX Dash 9 class leader, Q561 heads west in the last minute of sunlight just outside Erie, PA. The track on the left is the end of the GE Test Track. Locomotives:CSX 9000 C4... (more)
Rounding the curve onto the double track at NX Cabin, Q317-03 is just a few miles away from their destination of Queensgate Yard across the river in beautiful Cincinnati, Ohio with a Dash 9 class ... (more)
The CSX Dash 9 class leader locomotive leads CSX manifest freight Q697 as it passes under the NS bridge and enters Queensgate Yard with the Cincinnati skyline as a backdrop. Locomotives:more)
Just after sunrise, CSX 9000 makes its way east towards Rochester.
CSXT 9000 leads a long autorack train over Interstate 70 on the Toledo Sub main.
Southbound S241 takes the siding at the north end of "AK" in Wapakoneta behind a pair of CSX Dash-9's, the leader being the class unit.
Q137 rolls by the signal at East Defiance led by CSX 9000, the class unit of the CSX Dash-9's. This engine has to be one of the cleanest YN2 diesels I've seen in a long time.
The class unit of Dash 9s for CSX has finished dropping off empty autoracks at West Point, GA for the locally built Kia Sorento (hence the Q220 id) and instead of heading to Montgomery light engin... (more)
CSXT owns 52 Dash 9 locomotives, one of which is leading Q380 east along the Cleveland Short Line