Coal drag N859 slows to a crawl while approaching the signals at CP Boughtonville
A BNSF Powder River coal drag as seen from the Front Street bridge
N859-18 rounds the curve just west of CP 17 with 107 empties from First Energy's Eastlake power plant.
Empty westbound coal drag N859-18 rumbles past the defunct Station Restaurant in Berea, Ohio
A Powder River coal train bound for the Eastlake Power Plant, rolls under State Road.
BNSF 9964 and 8861 lead 109 loads of coal around the curve just west of signal 11. Just last year, these Powder River coal trains showed up almost daily, but now appear only every couple of month... (more)
N859 charges West into the setting sun as it pounds the diamonds in Deshler on a fine summer evening.
N859-18 makes its way through the west end of the yard with a 70MAC, and Warbonnet SD75M 8203.
Unit coal train CSX N859 with BNSF power approaching the diamond at CP25
As soon as the sun rises over the yard, a brand new ACe leads N859-06 around the high side past QD Tower.
The barf bonnet leads empties toward the Powder River Basin at the west end of Willard as Q383 gets a recrew in the upper left of the frame.
As daylight fades, N859 heads west over the Short Line Bridge with two nice clean BNSF Gevos pulling empty coal cars back to the Powder River Basin.
The famous barf bonnet heads west with empties bound for more Powder River coal, she is seen here a mere 100 miles into her journey.