CSX 1209 and others sit on the shop tracks at the south end of Boyles Yard in Tarrant City, Alabama. Note the old L&N roundhouse in the background. ABC Coke can be seen in the background also.
CSX's yard in Niagara Falls, New York is being operated with a large population of EMD end cab switchers like these various MP15's awaiting their next assignment at the engine house. Crews also us... (more)
Adam Farence Photo
CSXT 1213 soaks up the sunlight in Anderson, Indiana on a chilly afternoon in the yard. The 1213 was built as SBD 1213 in 1984 and has been kicking it ever since.
J744 heads west out of Seneca with a cut of cars for the small interchange in Marseilles. The veteran switcher is seen passing the nicely restored Rock Island depot in town.
Music City Street Running?
CSX Y936-31 is heading back to the main via of the Cotton Belt branch on the north side of the Cumberland River in Nashville, TN, on what could be stre... (more)
CSX J741 passes the old depot in Ottawa with an MP15T leading the way.
CSX MP15T 1220 stands with a NS C39-8 and CSX B36-7 at Montgomery, Alabama in October 2003. All three units in this scene have been retired, 1220 was retired in July 2009 after being struck by a l... (more)
CSXT 1212 shuffles around CSX Y123-20 before it leaves CN's Kirk Yard for CSX's Barr Yard. This specific area is the D & R Yard section of Kirk in Gary, Indiana.
A pair of CSX MP15's bracket a former Union Pacific Dome Chair, UP 7007, on a special one-car move along the former B&OCT. The history of UP 7007, built in 01/55, is below courtesy of Utah Rails:... (more)
A pair of CSX MP15T locomotives #1209 & 1230 are seen here pulling this local through Tarrant City, AL. As they head back to Boyles Yard about a mile ahead
A CSX local rolls north with some tank cars on tow.
After turning a centerbeam flatcar with a broken drawbar, Y121 backs down the 3% grade of the "slide" into Tilford Yard.
Only purchased by Seaboard System (and 1 for Dow Chemical), it is rare enough not to be listed in the RP.net locomotives. Seeing one on an intermodal transfer is that much cooler.