AMTK 51 & AMTK 23 in fresh paint lead todays Capitol Limited over Sandpatch
An unusual leader on todays Q368 with a beautiful sounding X Chessie K5LA horn is still mounted on the cab up front but not for long as CSX is moving the horns to mid hood to easier comply with th... (more)
In this day and age of Class 1 railroading it is not all that often that one comes across a consist with five spartan cabs in it. When fresh from the factory the lashup would have been CR 6740, UP... (more)
640 hammers away at the curves through Mance with a bunch of good lookin power and only one wide cab in the mix.
CN unit leading Q226 at Connellsville
The hills have been turned a multitude of colors as fall begins to take hold on Sand Patch. Meanwhile holding back grain train G388 is Cumberland helper B254, 8517, as the train comes out of the S... (more)
The grass is still green, but most of the color has been stripped from the trees at Mance. On this warm fall afternoon one of the elder members of CSX's GE family leads a short work train west aro... (more)
An almost solid consist of Trinity RDL hoppers trails a pair of GE products just west of the Cumberland Terminal. The RDL's feature longitudinal hoppers which allows a very rapid unloading of the ... (more)
Worn warbonnet going back West.
With the new wind farms that have popped up around Mance, one particular turbine makes for a nice backdrop for Eastbound trains on the Keystone Sub rounding the Horseshoe.
Such a dead area is magically brightened up by the bright presence of Q368.
The name is quite fitting.
Foreign visitors take Q368 down the hill past the Mance PO