Soon after the New Year the railroad is back to normal operations, a crisp winter morning finds CSX Q612 by MP XXB 17.0 as it heads north at Union City, Georgia with a SD50 and C40-8.
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In November of 2003, there was no such thing as YN3 or YN3B yet although some figured CSX was due for a change. Meanwhile we still enjoyed typical scenes such as this early morning view at College... (more)
The 5305 leads an assortment of GE models across the Bay St. Louis bridge in Mississippi as a few beach goers enjoy the waters of the Gulf this afternoon. From this view one can see how much CSX ... (more)
A Gunderson built bulkhead flat car sits on the West Point siding in the early morning hour looking like it's awaiting unloading of its heavy structural steel beams. ... (more)
A nighttime running Q612 rolls through the city of West Point this evening with a pair of NS locomotives at the front of its 5 unit consist. The foreign leaders will bring this train up to the te... (more)
CSX SD70AC 4710, Q612 limps by Tillman in East Point, Georgia on a soaked Wednesday afternoon.
A one month old Ferromex auto rack from the Trinity plant in Mexico follows the same trend set by Trinity for its rebuilds of older BNSF racks, that is the painting of the TTX flat car into the sa... (more)
It's easy to tell which wheel set is the newer one on this car. The previous set was tagged by a wayside defect detector for a hotbox and thus resulted in this car being set out at the West Point... (more)
Happy Halloween Even taggers can sometimes help the railroad get into the Halloween Spirit.
All Auto rack, All Orange A brand new Multi-Max auto rack set up in the bi-level configuration and built by Gunderson... (more)
The Overland Route Named the Harriman Shield in honor of E.H. Harriman who gained control of the railroad in 1897, this particular design first hit the rails in 1904 and then made a reappe... (more)
An eye-catching Godzilla design with boxcar in hand adds some color to the side of this Golden West Service freight car as it moves along with the rest of Q612.
Three UP heavy haulers are really putting on a show today as they pull the 8600 foot long Q612 up the hill. Since a majority of the 128 cars are loaded, these 6 axle beasts are putting forth all ... (more)
CSXT Freight Train Q612 makes their way Northbound as they pass by Control Point Coosa Street in Montgomery, AL. About to switch over to the CSXT A&WP Sub