CSX Q544, a Waycross to Cincinnati manifest steps over the Stonewall Connection at Union City, Georgia during it's transition from the Manchester Sub to the A&WP/WofA Sub for the remaining trip i... (more)
A faded CSX SD40-2 leads a string of empty autoracks, as they head Northbound over the old Western & Atlantic Sub.
CSX SD40-2 8247 and 8132 leads a bone valley train near Tampa, Florida.
Covered hoppers were not unusual on coal trains. On this southbound four of them are on the front. They were usually limestone dust, used, as I understand, to coat the walls of mines to keep the... (more)
You don't see a consist like this on coal these days. Tucked way to the rear is a leased Santa Fe GE.
Two units and a seemingly endless string of hopper ready to head back to the mine for a refill.
It's nice after a merger, when the new company doesn't set out to totally butcher the image of the previous. This former L&N, former Seaboard System unit still presents a good image to shippers a... (more)
Departing southbound with a mixed bag of power.
In the hole on NS trackage with a northbound (westbound on NS) hopper train and waiting to meet an eastbound NS man with unit coal, this unit has some time to cool down.
Some early CSX action is seen here with a southbound train departing Collier yard on the former Atlantic Coast Line. A subtly patched Seaboard System SD40 and an equally-subtly patched SD40-2 are ... (more)
Seaboard (CSX) SD40-2 8184 is pushing a coal train east. I shot it while staaying at the Greenbrier across the road.
A Roger Puta photograph
This unit is well represented on this site but not like this. Here it leads the EB "New River Train" whose main power, NKP 765, has to turn on the wye and back to Hinton, destination of... (more)
I like smoke. I always will like smoky shots. So sue me California. This train is about to disturb the peace in Sonora, or "Snora" as the residents good-naturedly call it. The passin... (more)
As I recall this is the south end of double track and north end of the Elizabethtown siding. I think that was because the double track was not CTC while the siding was. in any case this southbou... (more)