Both 911 units are in place for the afternoons parade of fire trucks that will happen shortly but will be cut short due to an strong afternoon storm.
Basking in the early afternoon sun, both 911 units are being prepared to split and back onto the turntable and be put into position for the afternoons fire truck parade to the roundhouse.
Following the trend set forth by other Class I Railroads, CSX has also decided to create special paint schemes to be applied onto some of its locomotives. While NS initially came up with a paint ... (more)
A honorable consist of CSX 911, 1776, and NS 911 run around the museum beside Main Street in downtown Spencer.
CSX 911 ducks under the Southern Signal Bridge at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
I was fortunate to get see CSX's 911 and 1776 along with NS's 911 arrive at the North Carolina Tranportation Museum as they posed for a few pictures around the museum including Barber Junction bef... (more)
CSX 911 leads a long string of ethanol tanks bound for Tampa, Florida passed the old signal pile in downtown Nichols, Georgia.
CSX's "Honoring First Responders" unit, #911, leads ethanol train K42310 through the tunnel underneath Norfolk Southern's Inman Yard in Atlanta, while NS intermodal train 229 prepares to... (more)
CSX 911 painted to honor our first responders leads loaded ethanol train K423 southbound to Tampa, Florida as they pass by the A-deal used car lot in the town of Fitzgerald, Georgia.
CSX 911 "Spirit of our First Responders and CSX 1776 "Spirit of our Armed Forces" wait for a signal to let them into Atlanta under the gloomy sky in Smyrna, GA.
CSX train K442 p... (more)
CSX Q020 with a single motor up front and a DPU mid train. Something I've never seen on this train before today.
An outlawed northbound CSX train is parked at Teaneck, N.J.
Roster of CSX 1776. The "Honoring Our Veterans" Unit. Leading Q016 descending Sand Patch Grade.
Q364 departs Walbridge yard.