It’s a beautiful albeit hot evening in Richmond, Virginia looking out from a scenic overlook on Floodwall Wall Park. CSXT 3277 slowly trundles across the CSX James River Viaduct.
It’s a beautiful evening in Richmond, Virginia looking out from a scenic overlook on Floodwall Wall Park. The Ethyl Corporation building sits atop the city and could easily be mistaken for the ... (more)
The RF&P 2nd generation geeps shared a paint scheme - if not paint colors - with GM&O GP30s and GP35s.
It's 2019 and traffic on the CSXT Bellwood Subdivision has rapidly diminished from the days of the Seaboard. At one point, this bridge carried hotshot trains like the Orange Blossom Special, or th... (more)
C&O 7517 is not quite six years old as it teams with an SD35 on a westbound train passing through the yard in Richmond.
Just seconds from making the stop at Main Street Station, Amtrak train 67, a Northeast Regional bound for Newport News, passes the beautiful station and former car shed of the combined Seaboard Co... (more)
Rolling out across the James River Bridge is a pair of CSX manifest trains. At right is train Q416, which runs from Rocky Mount, NC to Cumberland, MD; while at left, Q409 heads south toward its de... (more)
Just a month after release from the paint booth, Amtrak P42DC #100, the 'Midnight Blue' 50th anniversary schemed locomotive is seen here on train P067, headed for Newport News, Virginia. The train... (more)
After the 1967 merger, the ex-ACL became the premier N-S route for SCL through Richmond, with the old SAL relegated to secondary status. The old SAL line shown here is already showing signs of ne... (more)
Two of CSX’s “Pride in Service” locomotives lead a southbound manifest toward Waycross, GA.
Two Seaboard E7(A)'s 3047 and 3034 leading a southbound mail and express train through Chester south of Richmond, Virginia in April 1967. Photo from my collection, Photo by Wiley Bryan.
After doing some work at ACCA yard, CSX #1776 (Spirit of our Armed Forces) departs south on the North End sub through I-195 recently.
Q40918 picking up it's pick up's in Richmond's ACCA yard.
The temporary release of the CSX Tribute Locomotives (and possible complete return to operation) has stirred the minds of railfans across the east coast on CSX. Railfans from states far from where... (more)
Saturday's CSX Q409 brought out railfans from all across the eastern seaboard, as it had all three "Pride in Service" locomotives for a daylight run on the A line. Here we see 1776 and 3... (more)