Hot automotive train 171 has a long way to go, becoming UP ASMSP at Salem, IL and terminating outside Houston at Spring, TX.
NS 592, a train of loaded coal, enters the single main at CP TOMS on the NS Conemaugh Line.
NS 28T making the turn off the W line at Devine Junction bound for Charleston SC
With a colorful assortment of power including a patched SP, a UP, and 3 BNSF GE's, 233 heads West past the Mountain View Memory Gardens in Maher.
NS 310 rolls through the peaceful countryside of North East PA in the last bit of light for the day.
After a crew change in Jacksonville's Moncrief Yard, the Ringling Brothers Blue Unit crosses the McGirts Creek on the CSX A-Line and with a nice couple of not too foreign locomotives.
Ringling Bros Blue Unit crests "Orange City Hill", one of many trains to do so this day, recalling the A-Line's glory days in years past. Blue Unit will rest in Orlando until beginning the 2011 s... (more)
Ringling Bros Blue Unit slams down the A-Line to Orlando...literally...note the distinct brownish "haze" below the second car on back, there was a flat spot on the rear axle that had this car boun... (more)
NS power (!!) on CSXT P920 approaches Kaley Yard in Orlando. Here the train will be broken up and part of it hauled off by Florida Central and the rest toted a bit further south by CSX. Local rail... (more)
NS power leads the Circus Extra on CSX through Rand Yard in Sanford on this for sure, Train of the Day. Thanks KDA for the heads up.
Eastbound manifest train coming thru morning fog approaching mp 177.
NS #112 is entering NS trackage of the TRRA at May Street.In less than a mile this train will enter NS Luther Yard.
The MGA's Super Sevens are long gone, but coal traffic remains brisk on the former Monongahela.
In an autumnal setting, a pair of catfish lug a train of empties on the former Monongahela's Waynesburg Southern. It's a chilly morning, and evidence of the season's second frost is visible in th... (more)
Southbound empties cross the trestle at Buzz, one of two tall bridges on the Waynesburg Southern. The other one is at Pine Bank, a few miles to the south.