An all standard cab consist leads this eastbound autorack train.
With both mains shut down, the CSX Brunswick Car Department along with Cranemasters change out an axle that overheated on a loaded tank car of Chlorine.
One of three blue GP40s on the roster at the time, #32 leads a westbound Brunswick Railroad Days train past the Weverton CPLs.
Q398 calls the approach slow signal at Weverton as he nears the western entrance of the Brunswick yard. Not far behind him is Q411. Around the bend in the river is Harpers Ferry.
Framed by the rugged pine trees and jagged rocks of Weverton Cliffs, Q411 calls the Weverton signals before making his trip through the Brunswick yard.
CSX Q376 rolls past one of the many entrances to the C&O Canal. To the bottom left you can see an old gate house and lock that was used to raise canal boats.
Q415 rolls eastward, about to cross from the Cumberland Subdivision to the Metropolitan Subdivision.
Gleaming under the lights, new ES44DC leads a westbound past the lockkeepers house here at Lock 31 on the C&O Canal. I encountered four spirits and an orb here in one night, so.......
A Water-level re-route exits the Brunswick Yard at Weverton in last light. See EXIF data for shot details.
The second set of Canadian power to grace the former B&O in a week as a pair CP engines bring Q216 east towards Philadelphia.
CSX' "Rock Runner" westbound empties behind GP 40 and GP 38-2 power, pass "Lock 31" and the Lock Keepers House along the C&O Canal at 19:46. Later in the night, I spotted a campfire out in the woo... (more)
CSX P877 carrys commuters and foamers home from a day's work in Washington DC. Pictured here at the subdivision change point from the Metropolitan to Cumberland Sub.