A pair of venerable EMD SD40-2's lead CSX's Selkirk to Chicago manifest freight Q389 through Erie, Pennsylvania. The train is passing through the east end of the Erie Yard, with the NS mainline se... (more)
CSX Q389 flies through Grafton, Ohio at track speed with an unexpected duo in the lead. CSXT 8388 is a former SD40 now upgraded to -2 Specs, also of interest is the mismatched number boards. The C... (more)
On a warm summer morning, WB CSX train Q389 is lead by two BNSF locomotives, the secnond of which being a H2 SD70MAC. The train is seen here passing through Tift St Yard
CSX manifest Q389 passes along a small lake in Chili, New York with a pair of GE's up front. The sun was shining and temperatures were in the 50's on a beautiful December day, though ice remained ... (more)
A run through manifest with UP power on the CSX Cleveland Short Line Sub, train symbol Q389
The former four track mainline of the New York Central is almost intact in a way where the CSX mainline passes through Erie, bordered by yard leads on the north and south of the two main tracks, a... (more)
CSX Q389 slowly rolls west through Mentor, Ohio with a C40-8W in the lead.
A long Q389 with an SD40-3 leader is almost blocked by a huge Q020 eastbound intermodal train.
A single unit shoves on the rear of westbound Q389 at Philson, Pa.
Making for quite a similar scene, another CSX Q389 with a YN2 C40-8W leader rolls through Mentor, Ohio around noon.
A long Q389 roars past milepost 159 with a YN2 paint C40-8W on the point
Last westbound before the light went away, manifest Q389 heads westbound into the evening.
The rising sun has just cleared a notch in the Alleghenies at Philson to highlight the autumn leaves. The hot exhaust sends ripples through the cool morning air as westbound Q389 makes its way thr... (more)
Battered CSX 7810 leads an assortment of power and the many cars of Q389-02 west through Willow Creek, about to cross the Porter Branch diamond.
CSX Q389 concurs the Alleghany Mountains at Sand Patch Summit with an SD40-3 leading. With just enough light left on the lead two engines.