A pair of border jumpers lead this loaded CSX ethanol train into Utica's Union station (behind me) in perfect morning light
"Ethanol from High Above"
A colorful lashup for ethanol train K684. The tankers were dropped off and the power was brought down to Port Reading yard to be spun at the wye, and then it would head back to the north end of th... (more)
A loaded unit ethanol train appears just before the sun sets. BNSF power has become common on CSXs River Subdivision, but it is always a treat to catch a former Santa Fe warbonnet in the lead. Th... (more)
CSX K684 heads past Buffalo Central Terminal with CN power leading.
CSXT 5015 is the first of 3 locomotives powering an eastbound ethanol train
A Spartan cab GE leads the K684 east on it's way to Sewaren, NJ with a load of ethanol.
At last light K684 heads east just West of Deshler with a rare (for these parts) CN C40-8m, and an even rarer EJE SD38-2.
Eastbound ethanol loads in the morning.
Eastbound ethanol loads pass Hire Cemetary east of Defiance on a warm late May morning.
A pair of CN locomotives led by CN 5743 are the truly "foreign" power for CSX ethanol train K684 passing through Berea, Ohio
CSX unit ethanol train K684 rolls eastbound under the B&O cpl signal bridge at Ridgeley Street in Baltimore.