CSX's Office Car train made a southbound run on the River Sub and into the North Jersey Terminal for CSX execs to visit the new Buckeye oil refinery in Perth Amboy, NJ. Two of CSX's F40PH-2s make ... (more)
Geometry. CSX W001-05 passed through Amsterdam, NY on the morning of Wednesday, February 5, 2020 with the standard cab pair of 8850 (SD40-2) and 6025 (GP40-2). Lock 10 of the Erie Canal bisects th... (more)
The weather conditions provide for a gloomy, but fitting setting deep in the Appalachian Mountains as the 77th Clinchfield Santa Train accelerates past the US&S P2 signal guarding Caney Junction a... (more)
The Geometry train gets back under way after stopping to flag the crossing on the north side of Cardington.
Clinchfield RR passenger car No. 100 passes the iconic location at Trammell as it prepares to enter the dark confines of Sandy Ridge Tunnel. Santa and other folks on the 100's rear platform give a... (more)
CSXT 9998 and 9993 lead the Santa Train past the north end of Boody, complete with a Clinchfield doll arm signal.
Rain or shine, Santa's coming to town! The 77th Annual Santa Train makes its way across the famed Copper Creek trestle. It was a successful chase on the Clinchfield and well worth the 9 hour drive... (more)
The 77th Annual Santa Train passes the SE end of Allen, which is still home to classic Clinchfield signals.
Recently rebuilt F40PH-2 CSXT 9998 leads CSX P936-23 (The Santa Train) Moore Hollow near Fort Blackmore, VA on Saturday, November 23, 2019.
Recently rebuilt F40PH-2 CSXT 9998 leads CSX P936-23 (The Santa Train) as it passes the Union Baptist Church, Dante, VA on Saturday, November 23, 2019.
Recently rebuilt F40PH-2 CSXT 9998 leads CSX P936-23 (The Santa Train) as it passes the former Clinchfield Railroad Office, Kingsport, TN on Saturday, November 23, 2019.
After spending several days in the area, the CSX Geometry Train highballs North through the tiny hamlet of White, GA shortly after sunrise, bound for Etowah, TN and other parts North.
CSX P91908 heads north with the OCS crossing the Oswegatchie River.