Over 100 years ago, believe it or not, this little piece of heaven along the Youghiogheny River was a bustling little lumber and coal town of Indian Creek, PA. On the other side of the B&O stone ... (more)
Q220 comes through Auburn and passes the former depot that now serves as a restaurant.
A one unit wonder Q509 dips down into the north end of Lima Yard as they prepare to stop for a crew change further into the yard. The Toledo Sub still has most of its B&O heritage intact but like ... (more)
A pair of light engines head east through Yanda Interlocking towards the New Castle Yard.
A view of a northbound from the Walkway across the Hudson.
Upgrade and framed between the westbound absolute signal for WS Cabin, eastbound coal loads struggle up Alleghany grade in the evening's fading light. While only miles from the summit of the Alleg... (more)
While technically now in the State of Maryland, a coal train rumbles across the bridge crossing the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry. Loudoun Heights looms high above the river and is the start/end... (more)
CSX U127-15 arrives into Augusta off CSX's McCormick Sub. with another load of black diamonds headed South. This train wasted no time pulling into the Yard, changing crews, removing the DPU, and c... (more)
CSX freight Q406 eastbound behind single unit at East Feltonville on the Philly Sub.
16,000 tons of coal hurries east, kicking up a swath of snow through Ronceverte during the last few minutes of sunlight. Note the very tall code line poles on the left.
CSX fans know Bernie Beavers for the excellent maps he has produced. But he's also an active engineer and he was at the throttle of S226 at Mile Post 69
With a late winter snow storm pouring down this westbound manifest wastes no time moving that much need freight to points west.
This WB manifest is moving through the siding getting ready to meet an EB loaded coal train.