Last "straight" 39 bought by C&O, the rest were -2 merger acquisitions.
Former C&O unit was being used in a helper set. Some zealot got crazy with the renumbering.
Former C&O appearing to have some brake issues at the roundhouse. Things must have worked out because this one went on to serve the AGR.
Nee L&N, ex SBD. Classy repaint ala the new masters.
Nee L&N, ex SBD.
Former L&N. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
Quiet but rugged looking these units are working industries while headed west to eventually tie up at Grace. Here they’re moving west to gain access to the west end of the passing track.
Railroading requires constance adjustment to situations that arise. A unit train is coming so these units were pulled off a train to run light and clear out cars to make room for it. The big Kno... (more)
A former Chessie unit looking tired.
A former Chessie unit that just came in on train 214 in glorious stealth.
Example of a "tasteful" way to reletter and renumber upon merger. Ex-Chessie units got a lot of these nice modifications, ex-SBD, not so much. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collect... (more)
It's in a much nicer paint scheme but it is CSX. Photo by Dave Petke, from my collection.
Two products of the Tampa rebuild program hang out awaiting some work. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
A Conrail alumnus has returned home to lead this hot double stack train. Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
Empty coal train approaching the famous bluffs. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.