As a southbound set of power appears an old veteran yard switcher proudly displays its heritage many years into the CSX experience. Old veterans are like that.
Gee, we hardly ever see one of these! Yeah, right.
I am a wiser man than I was when the F-units and GP9s were everywhere, so repeat after me children, so you never forget, "Someday we will wish we still had these around."
A former L&N unit is the yard switcher on this date. Love that non-turbo sound.
The is a rumor that there are not nearly enough pictures of this model, so here's another!
Not many units had their had their old paint this intact this long after the merger.
Just another empty train heads out on the main.
Well maybe there are some people out there who haven't seen one of these respendent if YN whatever-it-is. Right. NB empties.
Another NB empty train rolls across the open fields after exiting the river gorge.
Can it be seventeen years ago. I still think of these as new. They are not.
Yeah, roster shots are easy but you have to be there and a portrait is a joy forever.
Having emerged from the scenic gorge of the Nolichucky/Toe River this northbound empty unit train is waiting for clearance to enter the yard.
Northbound empties depart on the main.
There’s quite a bit to see in this shot taken by my good friend Ken Marsh. This is northbound Clinchfield train 95, a through scheduled run from Spartanburg to Elkhorn City, KY—the length of the r... (more)