CSX Q676 with UP SD70M 4297 stands at the Rail Plant along side Tilford Yard in Atlanta, Georgia as other trains await their departure in the distance. As most people know Tilford Yard no longer e... (more)
After clearing downtown Dalton, GA, the southbound CSX Q676-19 (Nashville,TN-Hamlet,NC) start to pick up the pace on the south side of the Walnut Industrial Park, on the CSX Western & Atlantic Sub... (more)
The Big Six
The sun peak out for just a brief moment on this cold morning as CSX Q676-27 (Nashville,TN-Hamlet,NC) depart Wauhatchie taking the main 1 track south on the CSX Wester... (more)
Dynamic brakes wail as Q676 breaks the silence on an otherwise dark and quiet street in Pee Dee as train rolls downhill into the Pee Dee River valley.
Drone shot of CSX train Q676 as it heads across Nickajack Lake
With an additional 8,800h.p added on the rear of the heavy CSX Q676-02 (Nashville,TN-Hamlet,NC). The train make a dash down the main 2 track heading for the single main track through Cowan, TN (MP... (more)
Southbound heavy manifest CSX Q676-05 (Nashville,TN-Hamlet,NC) start to gain track of effort again as the train slowly grinds its way through downtown Dalton,GA (MP WA-98.7 Middle Dalton) getting... (more)
CSX Q676-05 (Nashville,TN-Hamlet,NC) blast around the curve on the outskirts of Tunnel Hill, GA on its way south on the CSX Western Atlantic Sub. With it being a typical slow Sunday the 7930 foot ... (more)
CSX Q676-03 (Nashville,TN-Hamlet,NC) thunders down the mountain at Wauhatchie heading for Lookout for a crew swap, than off to Atlanta.
A real rarity on CSX - an all EMD consist on a road train! All in the right order, a evolution of EMD SD's is seen on the this Q676 with a SD40-2 leading a SD50 and a SD70MAC.
CSX Q676 heads north across the Oconee River, in the background can be seen the diamond with the former CofG.
A new CSX GEVO, already displaying wreck damage repairs, passes the large Coca-Cola sign just south of the Cartersville Depot. Note the difference between YN3 blue and the YN2 patch paint.
GEVO with a little bit of touch-up paint.