This dirty dash 9 leads a westbound manifest of mostly autoracks through the block signal at Tuxedo Park after meeting an eastbound autorack. The old depot is visible through the trees to the righ... (more)
DPU of an eastbound coal drag eases through Tuxedo Park at a stately 25 MPH. The old depot is visible in the distance to the right of the signal tower.
A single SD60 leads a work train of welded rail west through Kirkwood Junction. That the line is in need of work is evidenced by the wavy track in the foreground.
This rebuilt SD40-2 along with HLCX 8153 (ex-BN) and freshly-painted GCFX 3066 speed a manifest south towards Evansville along the straight stretch of track between Fort Branch and Haubstadt.
About to cross Ohio Street along Evansville's waterfront, 7831 with former Conrail SD50 6749 (now NS 5427) leads an empty grain train north out of Evansville.
A grain train rumbles onto the single-track mainline after meeting a short mixed consist led by a single UP SD70M.
7686, UP SD40-2 #3149, and BNSF C44-9W #5421 lead a mixed freight up and over the Ohio river, southbound.
Both 7532 and SD40-2 #8151 smoke it up as they lead a mixed manifest up the approach to the bridge over the Ohio into Henderson, KY.
Passing the Princeton depot, 9601 brings a loaded coal drag off of the NS onto the CSX northbound at sunrise.
A rare sight - SOO 6014 with Ex-Conrail 6042 (now CSX 7496) lead a loaded coal train along the outside track of Howell Yard.
1100 prepares to shuffle some cuts of cars about Howell.
Q515-27 waits in the siding for a fresh crew and for clearance south on the single-track mainline as several northbounds pass, including this consist of SIGECO hoppers led by CSX 713.
Special thanks to whoever is putting up the train ID's on my shots.
Ex-Conrail 6139, carrying with it a bit of snow exported from northern Indiana, brings a southbound manifest over the hill near Darmstadt as it nears the end of one leg of its journey at Evansvill... (more)
Ex-Conrail 6139 leads this manifest under the Old State Road bridge towards downtown Evansville.