Q376 blasts across the bridge over Wills Creek entering Hyndman.
CSX train Q376 rolls to a stop at the Peru Center grade crossing in order to pick up the conductor assigned to this trip.
This is why I like Mexico. Eastbound Q376 heads out of the yard onto 2 main while the K505 Steel slab train puts the hammer down on 1 track headed for a recrew at the lane.
Q376 heads out of Terminal on #2 track while the K505 steel slab train has the hammer down on #1 track headed for a recrew at the lane and eventually a helper west of Franklin St.
One of my favorite classes of locomotive, a rebuilt SD40-2, leads manifest Q376 down the Potomac River Valley near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. This leader began life as C&O SD40 7509 built in Ju... (more)
The power for Q376 has pulled up to Mexico to cross over and then back on to its train. Coal train U306 also sits at the east end of the yard.
The Cadilac of CSX's fleet, the SD50, leads tonnage train Q376 over the summit at "Hobbs" as snow changes to sleet.
Snow has fallen in the Panhandle and the trains keep moving as Q376 heads east thru Van Clevesville.
With both mains shut down, the CSX Brunswick Car Department along with Cranemasters change out an axle that overheated on a loaded tank car of Chlorine.
CSX Q376 rolls past one of the many entrances to the C&O Canal. To the bottom left you can see an old gate house and lock that was used to raise canal boats.
Eastbound racks sprint past Hyndman's Q Tower, which opened in 1901 and closed in 1998.
The weed-covered yard tracks in the foreground were home to dozens of stored locomotives in the mid-80's.
376 arrives in Cumberland, while a set of helpers wait at Baltimore St. for a westbound.