Alarm bells ring at 0500 hours, it’s time to seek out the damage from continuation of a relentless winter storm. Sleepy eyes gaze the surrounding forests slumped as if they can’t bear anymore ... (more)
The faint roar of giant diesel engines gain in decibels as they approach the summit of Sand Patch Grade, down to their hands and knees clawing at the icy snow covered rail only to manage 4 tenths ... (more)
As the sun dips behind the hills surrounding the Ohio River, an eastbound Q276 rolls over the massive Pittsburgh and Lake Erie bridge spanning between Monaca and Beaver PA.
On a warm, muggy July morning, Q015 glides down the west slope of Sand Patch Grade under the Western Maryland Salisbury Viaduct.
02:05 in the AM. Crickets, other insects, animal noises keep you company as you sit at County Road 3C. Right in front of you is the intersection of Country B, 3 and 3C. Few cars pass by, the oc... (more)
Moments before the sun rises over the great city of Pittsburgh PA, Q137 races along the Monongahela and Ohio Rivers.
As the sun fades behind the Laurel Highlands, Q217 heads down Sand Patch Grade, ducking under the former Western Maryland RR at Salisbury PA
A YN2 AC4400CW rests in the rural Kentucky countryside on a quiet night in early Spring.
Due to a derailment and severe flooding in Baltimore, some reroutes were in order, including this R138 which had gone east previously. R138 heads west being rerouted during sunrise through foggy ... (more)
Westbound autoracks skirt along the three rivers of Pittsburgh PA on a gorgeous summer morning.
Just as the sun rises over the Laurel Highlands, and the morning fog burns off, X216 tackles Sand Patch Grade, ducking under the former railroad giant Western Maryland Salisbury Viaduct.
“Squeeze Play”Viewed from Lover's Leap, CSX R217 (Philadelphia-New Boston, MI auto racks) is westbound through the Cumberland Narrows, just west of Cumberland, MD. Between Ha... (more)
Another long (over a mile) southbound.
Pair of GEs pull a nearly two mile long train north across Iona Island.
CSXT Q010-29 is seen crossing high above Roundout Creek at Kingston, NY with a pair of ET44ACs leading the southbound intermodal train.