CSX Q415 heads south through Petersburg, Va at Collier Yard.
Nestled within Fort Lee, VA, is an ordnance museum inaccessible to the public. Within this museum sits a German Krupp K5 railgun, named Leopold. It took every bit of a 14mm lens to get the full ... (more)
Located on Fort Lee is this beauty. While she might look big, a Krupp V5 German railgun nearly twice the size sits in a museum on base. The placard at the base of the guns says: Built at Waterv... (more)
The sun is setting and NS V62 backs out of the Collier Yard with a load of trash empties. It must first the switch in order to hit the NS line in to Petersburg. The conductor will meet the train... (more)
The craze over the re-release of the CSXT Pride in Service units has died down as the locomotives are back in the regular service pool. However, when the locomotives were put back into service in ... (more)
The bridge of which this particular shot was taken on hosted many prominent railroad photographers in the Seaboard Coast Line. Various films featured on productions like Green Frog Rail Videos fea... (more)
Headed back to Waycross, under much more favorable weather than the previous run north, the trio of specially painted ES44AH's on CSX's roster are now on train Q409. Seen here having just finished... (more)
CSX office car/sleeper 994011, the "Michael J Ward"
A day after a record snowstorm, Amtrak service resumes as the Palmetto makes its way south.
A CSX coal train makes it up the grade from the Appomattox River at the height of the snowstorm.
CSX K898-11 with a colorful CN-UP lash up headed south past CSX A31.0 milepost. I was surprised to hear a CSX train headed south with no CSX power on the Northend Sub and it was great to see.
NS SD70M leads a grain train on the Petersburg Belt Line on a snowy December afternoon.
The CSX local returns to the rest of their train after working the siding at International Paper.