Who decides to clean only the door of a locomotive?
CPL signals were commonplace on the B&O's East End until CSX began an aggressive replacement program. Currently most of the CPLs are gone, however one of the largest concentrations of them remain... (more)
Q416 breaks the morning silence with a thunderous roar as it accellerates by HO Tower. See EXIF data for shot details.
After picking up a fresh crew in Brunswick the Q416 crosses the Potomac River west with Maryland Heights in the background.
Thick fog blankets the area as Q416 heads towards Cumberland viewed from Triple T Br.
Q 416 stops at HO Tower to pick up some new orders before heading west.
Q416 rumbles through Sleepy Creek.
CSX 666 leads a manifest train west towards Cumberland MD.
A westbound manifest waits for a recrew west of Brunswick at the Mountain Road recrew spot.
CSX 8722 crosses over to number one track against the Q416. The engine was called from Brunswick to provide extra power as the head end waits further west.
Q416 starts west towards Cumberland after picking up a third unit for power west of Brunswick.
Q416 crosses Maple Ave westbound by downtown Brunswick.
CSX Q416 with a trailing UP unit crosses the Potomac River after emerging from the tunnel.