Old and new signal gantries. CSXT 9051 & CSXT 9027 lead CN 327 past two signal gantries, with the vintage one at left set to be replaced by a newer one.
CSXT 9051 & CSXT 9027 lead CN 327 past MP 22 of the Kingston Sub.
CSXT 9051 & CSXT 9027 lead CN 327 as it leaves the Kingston Sub for the Valleyfield Sub, on its way to reaching CSX rails at Cecile Jct.
CN 327 has just passed MP 33 of the Kingston Sub as it approaches Coteau, where it will take the Valleyfield Sub and set off cars before heading south. Power is CSXT 9051 & CSXT 9027, both Dash8-4... (more)
A pair of pre-production Dash9's. With only 54 cars in tow, CN 327 heads west on the north track as it approaches Caron at MP 19.7 of CN's Kingston Sub. Power is CSXT 9051 & CSXT 9027, both... (more)
Autorack train Q216 makes its way through the "Narrows" as it navigates the last couple miles of the ex-B&O Keystone Subdivision before entering Cumberland for a recrew.
Southbound intermodal train passing through Jones Point.
CSX Q507 crosses Township Avenue in Elmwood Place on the NS Dayton District on a beautiful and unseasonably warm January morning in the Ohio Valley.
After a hour, and thirty minute wait CSX Q235-04 (Louisville,KY-Jacksonville,FL) get the signal from NS to proceed south through the NS controlled NS/CSX Interlock diamond at 23rd Street (MP WA-1... (more)
After the crew change has been made at Wauhatchie Pike the long CSX Q235-04 (Louisville, KY-Winston, FL) with the W&A Sub crew on board slowly crosses over the Chattanooga Creek and getting ready... (more)
Q268 brings auto racks south across the Iona Island trestle on a fine late summer morning, led by a smoky Dash 9 that hopefully got a tune up after reaching New Jersey.
Rolling through the marshes in the Iona Island Bird Sanctuary.
Rolling south just ahead of a fast moving dark storm Q150 got by Hallett in the last minutes of full sun - by time the tail of the short train passed the clouds had already blotted out the sun.
Yes, this train was moving! The amount of stupidity in this photograph amazes me...