The CSXT OCS hustles West while passing under the CPL's @ Sodem.
Q358 passes the now unused tower at Connellsville Yard.
My son shows my daughter a yard engine doing it's chores!
You won't see any GEVOs or dark future engines in this shot, but five different paint schemes are visible - CSX, Chessie, B&O, Seaboard System, and Family Lines.
A pair of BNSF units lead CSX eastbound Q358 into Connellsville.
An eastbound business train passes through Connellsville.
A W&LE grain train awaits a new crew that will take it to Hagerstown.
A mixture of W&LE and leased WC power leads a grain train into Connellsville.
Two EMD's get a ride on the turntable built for large articulated locomotives. An uninitiated railfan asked me "What does ETY FIR mean." "Wait and you will see," I answered.
C&O was becoming more alinged with B&O in the late sixties. So it was fitting to catch a C&O and B&O unit sharing the turntable tracks on a light day.
The four unit hump engine is respotting a caboose as it shoves down the main hump. This is the most ALCO S 2s I haver seen mu'd.