Running as lite power this morning, W080 illuminates the SE Milstead signal which acts as a compliment to the red class lights that are already on the 8743.
The lite power of W080 heads through the new way route running in true Conrail fashion with its class lights turned on. This train is beginning to embark on a run up to the more)
Moving further west we stop in Fonda for W080, a empty company rock train with two SD40-2's heading east to Selkirk.
CSX work train W080 with a fresh looking CEFX SD40-2 leaser on the point passing MP23 on the Cleveland Short Line Sub
A SD40-2 leads this westbound empty Herzog ballast train, as it approaches the Musgrove Rd overpass, heading to Columbus on a very warm afternoon.
Running short on time, W080 passes the "Welcome to Auburn" sign that signifies this is the home of Auburn University.
Like bees to honey, railfans flock to this SD60I to get roster shots of this former Conrail loco.
This one is dedicated to the old schoolers and anyone else who appreciates a good roster shot.
An empty Herzog rock train backs its way into the Vulcan Materials Quarry in anticipation for another load of crushed rock.
SB loaded ballast train knocks down the signal at St. James.
Work train W080 with Herzog ballast cars crosses the Potomac River enroute to dump ballast at Shen on the Cumberland Sub.