Two very clean YN2 units lead Q264 through the interlocking at CP7. At this point the River Sub had yet to be double-tracked between CP7 and CP5, but signs of the work to do so are clearly visibl... (more)
The Chester Depot caretaker watches as CSX Q264 glides by the depot as it descends the eastern slope of Washington Hill in Chester, MA.
Q264 passes an eastbound intermodal train next to NS' Buffalo Junction yard.
Two KCS 'belles lead Q264 east from Buffalo.
A General Railway Signal dwarf searchlight stands guard as Q264 heads east, one of the last trains to pass by CP 37 before the new Safetran signals were cut in.
A pair of KCS locomotives lead CSX autorack train Q264 as it heads east, passing under the massive signal bridge at CP 39 in Dunkirk, NY. Locomotives:KCS 4689 ES44ACKCS 4604 AC44CW
Probably the most peaceful spot on the Berkshire Sub, at .3 miles from the summit of the line, a very long Q264 has just come around the S curve at muddy pond and begins their trip down the hill c... (more)
A pair of GE's lead east bound auto train Q264 over the New York State Thruway on an gorgeous February day. Locomotives:CSX 3421 ET44ACCSX 6 AC44CW
CSX auto train Q264 passes under the classic signal bridge at MP 103 with an AC4400 and GP15T for power. This was the last weekend of service before these signals were replaced. Locomotive... (more)
A nice lashup of ex-Cons lead Q264 east. He had come off the siding in Palmer and was working really hard up the grade.
As the sun dips further behind the tree line, autoracks headed for Massachusetts roll down the banks of the Mohawk River with a CitiRail unit, a BNSF motor, and a CSX unit third out.
Eastbound Autorack Q264 bound for East Brookfield, MA coast through the old Youman's road on a bright Saturday morning.
A string of racks roll through town will morning showers create a rainbow to the west.
An ex. Seaboard System SD50 that wears it's original number teams up with ex Conrail SD40-2 #8863 to move a loaded autorack train down the Selkirk Branch.
An eastbound loaded autorack works its way down the Chicago line