CSXT 8888 sits in the locomotive deadline in CSXT's Huntington yard.
CSXT 8888 was made famous after an incident left it at the point of runaway train in May of 2001. The engineer noticed a inc... (more)
Sitting in CSX's Huntington, WV yard, inspiration to the movie Unstoppable, CSXT 8888 rests in the "deadline" awaiting its fate. This locomotive, which made its 66 mile journey from Walbridge, OH ... (more)
An assortment of retired locomotives sit in storage on the south side of CSX's Corbin yard along the former L&N from Corbin to Etowah. The stored locomotives included CSX's infamous SD40-2 No. 888... (more)
"Crazy Eights" rounds Kennedy Curve into the sunset bound for Indy.
A celebrity graces the Clifton Forge Yard, as the famous runaway unit leaves town with a MOW train bound for Gladstone, VA. The Smith Creek Yard is visible behind the train, home of the C&O Histo... (more)
Quadruple 8 pulls rack train Q204 north through the first half of the S curve at St James.
The early morning sun, fog, and signals set the stage for this shot of Q389
CSX 8888 appears out of the fog
"Crazy Eights" sits in the Monroe yard on the point of the Monroe, NC-Greenwood, SC turn.
CSX 8888, the locomotive involved in the infamous runaway incident in Ohio back in 2001, is holding the main (stopped, thankfully!) at Woodland, Ga.
The "Runaway Engine" is seen leading this S640-02 down the west slope of Sand Patch grade.
The 1 the only runaway engine from a few years back!
Crazy Eights in the snow; Autoracks westbound through Riverdale
CSX 8888, Crazy Eights, leads a soutboound New Orleans re-route through Woodlane, GA. The train is solid auto-racks.