A southbound manifest races past the current power for local A746, one of CSX's rare Dash 9s.
Three six axle GE locomotives make a wonderful sound as their 4 cycle engines chug along and pull the 123 cars making up tonight’s 8000 foot long Q614 train as it grinds slowly up grade through th... (more)
A very friendly crew on today's Q614 brings their train to a stop at the Loachapoka siding as the prepare for a meet with S619. The engineer on board certainly knows how to get a heavy train roll... (more)
CSX freight train Q614 rolls past the renovated Auburn Depot this evening as it heads north towards the ATL. The depot's days are much brighter now since it was converted into a restaurant a litt... (more)
Magnolia trees frame up today's Q614 in Union City, Ga. as the train races for Atlanta.
On a bright sunny and dry day, which is actually becoming a rarity in the South these days, Q614 rounds the curve as it heads into Auburn with 75 cars and over 4400 feet of train destined for Nort... (more)
Moving at the track speed limit of 45mph, Q614 makes its way up the last remaining incline of the ruling grade that is Notasulga Hill before it encounters flat track and an easy run to Atlanta.
Double the lightning bolts, double the horsepower All 6000 horses are working seamlessly for Q614 as it cruises along at the posted speed limit of 45mph and prepares to rumble into downtown... (more)
Behind this Patriotic UP Gevo, Q614 races into Auburn with a short train of mixed freight while cruising along at 45mph. Special thanks to Railroad: Union PacificLocomotive: GE ES44ACLocation: Auburn, Alabama, USALocomotive #: UP 7721Train ID: CSX Q614Photo Date: May 30, 2011
CSX Q614 climbs the grade into Notasulga with four UP standard cabs.
CSX Q614 climbs the grade between Chehaw and Loachapoka as it heads north on the old Western Railway of Alabama.
Northbound at Chehaw.
On a gorgeous November morning, Q614 runs through Loachapoka at track speed as it makes good time with a faded yellow nosed SD70MAC and friendly locomotive engineer.
Pulling For You! A pair of 33K gallon LPG tank cars with Type E upper and lower shelf couplers roll past the 130 mile post on their way north. Notice that the cars are in tension (draft),... (more)