Amtrak 156 (NS 016) rolls out of town under the 8 1/2 street signals and by the soon to close FreightCar America shops.
2 GE's (with the help of 2 DPU's on the rear) roll a long string of coal loads down into Ashland on Ashland Train Day. These cars were loaded at Bailey Mine in SW PA, and are destined for export a... (more)
3 GE's take a loaded string of Newport News-bound coal south on the RF&P.
CSX 911 and 1776 take military equipment from Independence Day south out of DC.
CSXT 911 & CSXT 1776 sit in front of the old B&O roundhouse for a special event that took place earlier in the day. Photo taken with permission.
An uncommon cab signal equipped CW44 leads Q409 south out of DC.
203 catches some sun as it flies south.
2 of NS's new AC44C6M rebuilds (with the help of another C6M and SD80MAC on the rear) blast loaded coal train 746 up the hill in Ashby, VA.
228 glides past the signals at Success. In a few minutes he will stop in the double track and pick up international containers for Norfolk at the Virginia Inland Port.
P305 accelerates out of it's stop at L'Enfant Plaza, carrying a trainload of commuters heading out of the nation's capital.
Loaded Phosphate reroute K810 heads west on the ex-C&O, now CSX's James River Sub, as sunset approaches.
The Waynesboro local smokes out of the yard, with a shiny SD40-2 on the point, and a heavy train of one boxcar.
Amtrak 89 pulls out into the sun on Ashland Train Day.
Amtrak 195 pulls south thru L'Enfant during a snow shower, with Phase II Heritage #130 on the point.
Amtrak 156 chugs down its final feet of CSX rails, as it prepares to turn out into Amtrak's 1st Street Tunnel (the southern entrance to Union Station) on it's a journey to New York. Snowstorms all... (more)