FEC 101 and two champs lead FEC 107 across the St. Sebastian River Bridge after dark.
This must be one of the most awesome lash-ups of the year! An exceptionally rare ex-SP SD40-2R, one of 12 CSX SD80MACs and an AC6000CW move onto a small piece of track in West Jax yard to await fu... (more)
This must be one of the most awesome lash-ups of the year! An exceptionally rare ex-SP SD40-2, one of 12 CSX SD80MACs and an AC6000CW lead a loaded coal train past Moncrief yard.
This must be one of the most awesome lash-ups of the year! An exceptionally rare ex-SP SD40-2, one of 12 CSX SD80MACs and an AC6000CW lead a loaded coal train toward West-Jax yard.
AZCR 3413 and AZCR 2164 lead a loaded coal train consisting of 17 hoppers out of Drake. This operation only takes place about once a week whenever needed, making it extremely difficult to catch. T... (more)
Something you don't see every day: An MP15T pushes five office cars carrying 'important' employees on an otherwise completely disused track near the port. This piece of track used to serve several... (more)
Another coal train makes its way to the mine as the last light of the day glints off its side. An angry thunderstorm is already approaching for the night..
BNSF 9090 helps on the rear on of the many coal trains on this day just before sunset.
FCRD 1810 makes a light move toward the port to rearrange some boxcars.
On Sunday, August 11, a FCRD loaded coal train coming from the CSX interchange derailed just before the Bonneview Ave. railroad crossing. A total of six hoppers derailed, one of which turned over ... (more)
A UP mixed freight crosses the vast Great Salt Lake at dusk.
An empty coal train passes through Hawks Nest in the very last evening light. The bridge was entirely shadowed before the train was passed.
Two ES40DCs catch the last light of the day and pass by the former City Hall. The building now belongs to the fire department.
A SD70M-2 helps push an empty coal train into the All Natural Tunnel in Glenita, Virginia.
One of CSX's 20 SD70ACes leads CSX train Q177 south toward a red signal, letting an empty northbound coal train pass.