Westbound Q343 splits the old and new signals at Salisbury Junction, Pa.
The FURX lease unit on the point of westbound Q343 adds some additional color to the fall scene.
Westbound Q343 rolls through Layton, Pa.
A Caterpillar bulldozer frames Q343, westbound on the Pittsburgh Sub during the 2002 trackwork project.
The Baltimore & Ohio lettering still exists on the bridge at Graham Tunnel.
Maybe CSX does run a scheduled railroad. 343 is scheduled out of Locust Point at 7:30, and at 7:47 he rolled through Baileys, just in time for the last light of day!
343 stops at Garrett, due to an ailing Q388 picking up an engine west of here.
343 accelerates from a stop, resuming its westward journey.
This train had so many engines up front that they didn't all fit in this photo. No helper needed on Sand Patch for this one!
A well worn SD50 # 8531, acts as the Head-end helper on this Heavy freight, bound for Sandpatch
A very colorful Q343 passes thru Connellsville, PA with 3 lease units and 1 CSXT.
CSXT Q343 passes Q640 in Connellsville, PA, while the Q640 gets a new crew before heading west.
Running along a rain saturated Monongahela River, Q343 passes underneath the Fort Pitt Bridge.
Q343 grinds up Sand Patch in a blizzard
Q343 splits the signals at Riverton interlocking.