No longer in operation, Q678-15 pulls freight through Roanoke under a CSX wooden bridge. Even though this train is no more, this old bridge still has its wooden pillars shaken by several trains ... (more)
The Spirit of West Springfield CSX Safety Train Gevo pulls Q678 into West Point during the early morning hours of February 21st. This locomotive wears decals promoting the Safety Train which is a... (more)
Running in elephant style, this 3 unit consist leads today's Q678 into the Main Street Connection crossovers. This 136 car long train will exit out of LaGrange on the WofA/A&WP trackage after ent... (more)
A pair of Tier 4 Gevos pull hard on their 7800 foot train as they guide 134 cars into West Point this evening. The old Union Switch & Signal color light signal is still protecting the movement of... (more)
A yn3b painted 70MAC leads the way as it and two Dash 8 standard cabs pull a lengthy Q678 through Newnan and its famous coal tower located here. The bright blue insulated joint of a new diamond ... (more)
Stalling out in Roanoke, CSX train Q678 finally gets a hand after a 2 hour wait from southbound train Q181-22... Leaving the rest of its train at Broughton, its three engines with only the lead e... (more)
Not your Father's Scale Test Car Wearing the eye catching orange paint typically found in MoW cars, this former Pullman Standard 4 bay covered hopper has been reclassified to another use. ... (more)
A new crew has just taken over the Q678 at Lafayette Connection back in LaGrange. Their versatile SD40-2 still gets the job done as it leads then into the siding at Hogansville where they'll meet... (more)
CSX Train Q678-19 heads Southbound through Carara, AL. With a pair of YN2 CSXT AC4400CW's for power
The entire 4000 foot length of train making up today's CSX Q678 is nearly visible along this tangent stretch of track in Loachapoka. From this angle a foreigner in the shape of a GP9 from the Gar... (more)
Two Dash 8 models pull swiftly on their 76 freight cars and 1 vintage GP9 as the CSX Q678 comes into Chehaw this morning while catching a reflection of itself on this culvert.
Q678 passes the former A&WP passenger depot in downtown Fairburn, Ga. on the morning of October 18,2014
As the sun starts to finally break through the early morning haze, Q678 is illuminated quite nicely and shows off the very clean paint of this brand new UP Gevo leading today’s train.
A very clean and rather new UP Gevo leads two other locomotives belonging to Uncle Pete around the "new way" as they are about to get onto the WofA mainline for a straight shot to Atlant... (more)
With a GEVO and EMD locomotive pulling today’s Q678, this Atlanta bound freight train departs from the city of Birmingham as the iconic Sloss Furnace continues to stand tall in the background.