A short 2,774 feet autorack train heads through Broughton with one of CSX'S first AC4400CW engines that was built in 1994.
Beginning to make it out of the 30mph zone, 5,783 feet of train accelerates through Broughton with the usual GE power.
Autoracks head north passing an intermodal train at the Broughton siding, with these two CSX engines coupled to 7,000 feet of them.
A collection of autoracks run smoothly over the main with the power of two CSX ES locomotives. Many of these autoracks are owned by TTX but display many railroads on their panels. Headed for more... (more)
Approaching at 50mph a GEVO escorts 7,700 feet of train (81 autoracks) through Dickert. It's now over 300 miles away from its starting point in Baldwin, FL.
What is getting to be a rare sight on CSX, used to be the everyday norm. A pair of YN2 painted C40-8W's lead train Q238 north through Saint Ives, AL.
Todays daily operated train CSX Q238, has a rather wet excursion to Talladega, AL. The dense fog is beginning to dissipate as Tier 4 power brings autoracks north through Roanoke. Packing some hig... (more)
Return Of The 60I!?
Slowly easing up on an Restriction signal at south-end crew change point at Lookout (MP J-148.1 Lookout) on the starting point of the CSX Chattanooga Sub, the ... (more)
Drone Shot of CSX train Q238 with a GP38-2 leading, Rare to see 4-axle power leading a road train on CSX now days
A pair of CREX ES44AC's #1513 & #1506 bring CSX Vehicle Train Q238 North through the Rain at Saint Ives, AL.