Louisville - Cincinnati auto rack train Q254 sails over a floral meadow, spanning the big bridge at Delaware along the former B&O mainline between Cincinnati and St. Louis.
Union Pacific's Winter Olympics Torch Relay unit #2001 leads CSX Q254 through a snow squall along the Hudson River on CSX's River Subdivision. The locomotive's paint scheme was a perfect fit for t... (more)
CSXT 4384 leads autorack train Q254 north on the LIRC towards Indianapolis. 4384 had it’s nose repainted because it originally carried the Spirit of Clinchfield sticker, but the sticker has since ... (more)
White Out Conditions
The Oak Island bound outrack train CSX Q254 is seen traversing the National Docks Branch with one of the two Olympic Torch units leading. While Union Pacif... (more)
CSX auto train Q254 passes by the pitchfork signal at Westfield with a Dash 8 and AC4400 for power. Locomotives: CSXT 7861 C40-8W CSXT 432 AC44CW
An SD50 leader; a bit of something other than Res on the River.
At 15,000 feet long, CSX Q254 rushes through Lawrence, Indiana with CSXT 8546 (SD50-2) in the lead.
An autorack train headed east on the CSX Cleveland Short Line Sub
A freshly painted SD70MAC leads eastbound autorack train Q254 past the Bort Road Bridge on an unusually warm November day. Locomotives:CSX 4573 SD70MACCSX 5201 ES44DC
Q254 weaves it way down the Hudson River as it passes through Fort Montgomery, NY on a cold January day.
Snaking around the corner Heading Southbound along the Hudson river is loaded auto rack train Q254 with a Red Canadian Pacific trailing behind a CSX GEVO.
Winter Olympics on the River Subdivison
In the early afternoon of a picturesque January snowfall one of the Union Pacific "Olympic Torch Units" had the honors of leading CSX Au... (more)
UP Olympic Torch locomotive 2001 moves at track speed through lake-effect snow, CP-97, Fairview, PA.
After a lull in the action, loaded rack train Q254 breaks the 2 hour lull heading southbound with a beating YN2 C40-8W and a SD50-2.
Q 254 is starting to make its way across the Ohio River, tucking under one of only two control points in Kentucky were B&O CPL protects.