A colorful Q219 heads out of Toledo.
CSX has had a colorful variety of lease engines on the property lately and one of the more colorful ones is trailing on this night's Q219 - a former BC Rail unit now in the HLCX fleet.
Q219 leaves Stanley with 2 big 6's in 2 different paint schemes plus 2 SD40-2's including TORC 996
Good thing most of those autoracks are empty! A whopping 3,500 horsepower leads Q219 upgrade at Glencoe.
With an unusual lashup of a SD50, SD40-2 (CSXT 8077) and one of the Detroit based Gensets (CSXT 1303), Q219 rolls under the Ohio Turnpike after leaving Stanley yard.
Q219 with a robot 3rd out rounds the corner at Oregon Rd.
CSX Q219 with UP power leading is coming 'round the curve by Owens Community college as they pull out of Stanley Yard. Owens just recently put up the new signage around campus marked with their l... (more)
Q219 with CSX 7691, 8613, 8637 and NREX 2531 roll around the curve just south of CP Owens and by the new Signage that Owens Community College just put up.
Q219 has just left Stanley yard and is turning the corner by Owens to head south and then west.
Q219 leaves the city of Bowling Green behind and re-enters the fertile farmlands of northwestern Ohio.
Q219 rumbles by campus at BGSU. The sign just ahead of the engine is a reflection of the periodic train/student conflicts that have occasionally led to unfortunate results.
Q219 has just departed Stanley yard in Toledo and is heading down the Toledo Branch as it ducks under the Ohio Turnpike. Note the truck carrying a load of military hummers on the highway.
The junked autos at lower right probably don't fit in well with Pittsburgh's riverfront redevelopment plans.
One of the strangest sights I've ever seen on CSX.