A pair of very young railfans exchange waves with the engineer on Q164
A CSX stack train passes a stack of worn out rail ties at MP 16 on the Greenwich Sub
As the sun rises over Worcester on National Train Day, eastbound intermodal train Q164 passes the East Worcester yard on its trip to Boston. With the yard expansion project expected to be complete... (more)
Eastbound stack train Q164 meets westbound autorack Q227 on the Marcy Trestle
CSX Q164 stops just west of CP48 in order to obtain permission past a gang of CSX track workers.
A single railfan seeks shelter from the blistering sun for himself and his equipment by sitting in the shade of a small trackside tree
A rough looking standard cab Dash 8 serves as lead power on Q164
Q164 on the short connection to the CSX Greenwich Sub at CP54
CSX stack train Q164 rolls through Iona Island on CSX's River Sub as it heads towards its final destination of the intermodal yards of North Jersey. As an added bonus it only makes sense a bird de... (more)
Q164 passing the CSXT MOW yard and office and approaching CP 47 in New London, Ohio
Rare for a CSX stack train, a spartan cab SD60 leads Q164 through one of the tunnels on the Short Line.
Q164 passes the New London Reservoir as the rising sun causes the shadows to recede from the ballast and rails
CSX stack trains, through the Cleveland area are not known for running with a lot of foreign power. It was quite a surprise when Q164 showed up with two GP38-2's. Trailing the CSX GEVO are BNSF ... (more)
Early morning sun cuts through the haze and humidity, casting a warm glow on the River Sub and this southbound stack train as it crosses Overpeck Creek.
Q164 enroute to S Kearny, NJ