A bridge made for railfans! South Clay Avenue in Kirkwood, Missouri is our vantage point on October 28, 2011 as Union Pacific Railroad 6716 (AC44CW, ex-Chicago & Northwestern [CNW] 8814) heads wes... (more)
Q504 reverses towards its train after setting off cars for J780 in Butlerville. Two ex-CSX AC6000's were a welcome sight on this train.
A Friday evening in Olean finds all the Western New York & Pennsylvania crews tied up for the day with power parked outside the engine house. The shortline now uses a rather unique assortment of p... (more)
Coming up one of the inbound tracks and passing the Selkirk Hump, is a lengthy manifest with two AC6000CWs on the point. The leader 5001 sports the ”Diversity in Motion” logo. All the GE AC6000s h... (more)
CSX Q15230 heads north.
2 UP AC6000CW units, 7306 and 7036 brought a train across the river bridge onto the CN tracks that lead to the Memphis Yard.
UP7056 leads a movement of a Schnabel car into Cima California.
Taken from Ben's Bridge
The lead locomotive and the signals are no longer in existence. Train Q582 still exists, but no longer originates at Tilford Yard.
A former CSX GE AC6000CW lease unit lead Norfolk Southern Train 35Q (Allentown, PA-Linwood, NC manifest) south on the NS Hagerstown District.
A beat up 644 leads a loaded coal train.
CSX Q62009 heads southbound.
Before CSX retired the GE AC6000CWs, 5004 in the YN2 paint scheme leads light power X789 for Selkirk yard. The train is passing through New Scotland on a snowy afternoon in February.
PRLX 681 and five more former CSX engines sit in storage on the Arkansas and Missouri Railroad in Springdale, Arkansas. Photo taken with permission.
WNYP 6001 & 6002 returns from Interchanging with B&P in East Salamanca. Carrollton NY 1-14-2020