This was the annual CSXT Charity Train, a dinner excursion that ran to benefit the YMCA of Waycross at the behest of CEO Michael Ward. The run typically occurred in April, May or June on a Saturd... (more)
The CSX OCS executive business train comes to a stop at the Goodman St. Yard. The train would stay here for approximately 45 minutes before departing West for Buffalo.
The CSX Office Car Special (symboled P001) crosses over High Falls in Rochester, NY with the pair of freshly repainted F40PH-3s and a matching consist of passenger cars being towed behind a pair o... (more)
Morning Express: CSX's Office Car Special sails up the west shore of the Hudson River in Milton, NY in the early morning sunlight. The OCS rocks a fresh B&O style paint scheme, making for ... (more)
CSX Transportation debuted their B&O-inspired office car train June 5, when the 11-car consist departed Waycross, GA for Worcester, MA. The F40 duo leading now sports reporting marks and road num... (more)
CSX Transportation debuted their pre-Bicentennial celebratory B&O-inspired office car train June 5, when the 11-car consist departed Waycross, GA for Worcester, MA. The F40 duo leading now sports... (more)
The New Look Of The CSX OCS. On the early morning of Sunday, June 6, 2021, CSX P001-06 crossed onto the River Sub, givign the first daylight look at the new B&O tribute paint scheme. CSXT 1... (more)
A Tribute to the B&O: CSX’s Office Car Special Train, symbol P001-06, skirts the Hudson River on their northbound trip up the River Line to Selkirk and eventually to Worcester, MA. The train featu... (more)
CSX's 76th Santa Train rolls past 'Caney' near McClure,VA after their stop at Fremont.
Passing the Prince Amtrak station, the CSX executive special is eastbound.
CSX 6025 leads W001-26 east through Talcott, WV on a sunny May morning.
Passing over the bridge crosses U.S. Route 50 that was built by the B&O.
CSX’s track geometry train westbound in Bridgeport. A unique leader is a former MARC unit.
Track geometry train, W003-11, reverses down track 2 of the Locust Point Branch, as it departs Baltimore bound for Cumberland.