Autumn glory surrounds Q375 as he begins his assault on Sand Patch.
Eastbound racks sprint past Hyndman's Q Tower, which opened in 1901 and closed in 1998.
RLCX 8564 leads CSXT 8460 (SD40-2), CSXT 7675 (Dash8-40CW) and UP 1889 (Dash8-40B) west through Hyndman past the old B&O coach.
CSXT 8520 is the helper on this WB autorack.
UP 4791 leads a Dark Future SD70MAC on auto train west past the cabeese in Hyndman.
CSX Q375 heads west through Hyndman with five engines in five different paint schemes. Consist includes FURX 3018, CSX 8824, HLCX 6451, HLCX 7201, and IC 6203. Nikon D70 with 18-70mm lens.
Its owner's plans for renovation never realized, this B&O observation car rests forlornly trackside at Hyndman.
CSX 8520 shoves hard on the rear of Q217 as it passes through the small town of Hyndman and begins its assault on Sand Patch.
Older UP widecab leader makes for an interesting Q148
More UP power on Sand Patch grade, passing privately-owned Chessie cabeese at Hyndman. No helpers on this train permitted an easy chase west.
A CEFX bluebird leads the Q368 east downhill towards Cumberland.
An ex-BN GE leads the 296 eastbound past the bridge north of Hyndman.
The LORAM rail grinder sits on a siding waiting its call to work. The caboose has water cannons to put out fires started by the sparks.
Eastbound CSX Q train nears Hyndman tower