Out of 128 EMD SD70MAC locomotives on the CSX roster, it's hard to catch one leading a train. On this nice and sunny day, I was lucky to catch this super duty power charging through Lafayette Con... (more)
Another day and another SD70Mac is seen leading train 581 south towards Atlanta at Lookout.
CSXT Southbound Freight Train Q617 stopped in Fairburn, GA. waiting a signal to head on South
Q320 crossing the diamond in Greenwich as it enters the New Castle Sub
With a 10 mph slow order in effect, this photographer is able to capture Q619 again as it runs alongside the Loachapoka Siding and passes the always active more)
With a friendly wave from Engineer “Wolverine”, Q619 rumbles through the quiet town of Notasulga with cars destined for New Orleans on a very sunny and haze free July afternoon.
Running parallel to the NS Columbus District, a decent length Q635 with leased power trailing, heads east on the Northern Sub.
Q636 poses behind a pile of bricks that was once home to the Marion Power Shovel company.
In some sweet evening light, Q636 slows to a stop and will wait for the congestion between Harpster and Acton to clear before proceeding north.
The Q636 poses for some pictures by all the rubble while it waits for a signal, that is RP contributor S. C. Vermillion workin... (more)
CSXT 4782 and two other standard cab EMD's lead a relatively long general frieght train, Q439, through Philadelphia southbound on the way to Baltimore.
Running several hours late, northbound Q506 gets back on the move after waiting traffic on the Garrett Sub.
Typically a nocturnal train, Q218 sits at Oregon Road near the end of their run waiting to get into Stanley yard while the mid-winter snow falls.
Q334 running on a later schedule is rolling through East Toledo late in the afternoon as they head south at Consaul, nearing their Stanley yard destination after originating in Grand Rapids, MI.
These two faded "dark future" engines are in a rare move here, with coal headed west over the viaduct. It's going to a West Virginia power plant. Most coal comes from that state, east bound! Late ... (more)