The famous duo is running track speed through the small community of Rydal, GA. The sound of the 911's RS5T echoing through the valley was definitely a great treat.
CSX 911 and 1776 take military equipment from Independence Day south out of DC.
With 3 DODX loads for a special event in Washington DC on the 4th of July in tow, CSXT W990-29 storms North up the CSX A Line behind the railroads newest specially painted locomotives Honoring Vet... (more)
On a gorgeous June afternoon, the two newest units to come out of the CSX paint booth lead a high/wide extra train up the former RF&P mainline. ES44AH #1776 leads, with #911 trailing. In tow are t... (more)
CSX’s two new show ponies wait for a crew on the NS connection track after returning from the festivities at Spencer Shops. The pair are heading back to their home rails on NS/CSXT transfer job Z7... (more)
CSX's brand new special units, the Honoring First Responders and the Honoring our Veterans units, lead CSX loaded ethanol train K423 through sleepy Lilly, GA on a muggy June morning.
Next stop Alexandria? CSX 1776 (Spirit of Our Armed Forces, ES44-AH)) was one of the main attractions at the 5th Annual Fire Truck Festival at the N.C. Transportation Museum. On June 20, 2019, a n... (more)
CSXT #911 takes a spin on the turn table a photo shoot at the Fire Truck Festival at Spencer, NC.
At the end of the 5th Annual Fire Truck Festival at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC on Saturday, June 21, 2019, the working group poses for a pic by the turntable. Casey Th... (more)
CSXT #1776 ( Honoring Our Veterans ) unit sits at the Spencer Round House for display with NS #9-1-1 ( Honoring First Responders ) along the side.
Three of a kind. On Friday, June 20, 2019 at the N.C. Transportation Museum, CSX and Norfolk Southern Corp were brought together for a great cause. NS 911 (Honoring First Responders, SD60E) and CS... (more)
Seeing this locomotive painted up to honor our troops past and present for all the sacrifices they have made to make this country great is what makes you proud to be an american.
CSX and NS come together for the first time with specially painted locomotives to honor our true heroes of our first responders as they make their way around the museum track.
CSX and NS 911 pose by the old Barber Junction Station on a beautiful night on the first day of summer at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
CSXT #1776 ( Honoring Our Veterans ) unit prepares to move around the museum for the 2019 Fire Truck Festival.