NS 4270 leads the OCS under the 307 signal bridge in Derry, PA on a gorgeous May morning.
Two CSX intermodal trains, Q161 and Q008, meet at CP 73 in North East, PA. The control point was still guarded by trilights but these signals will replaced in the coming weeks.Locomotives:... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train 137 struggles up the steep grade in notch 8 as they head West through Winburn, AL. On their way to Norris Yard in Irondale, AL.
A newer SD60E brings NS 25Z under the MP 307 signals in Derry, PA on a winter's day.
The Penn Central heritage unit leads NS 20W with two BNSF locomotives trailing at Barree, PA, passing under the MP 211 signal bridge.
Amtrak P092 flies under the old ACL signal bridges of Winston back in 2017. This scene looks a lot different now as the signal bridges are gone. CSX recently removed them and has installed brand n... (more)
Eastbound pair of NS SD70ACE's approach Amtrak station in Hammond.
NS OCS #955 is seen deadheading to Chicago at Haysville, PA.
A derailment south of Louisville, on the former L&N mainline, has put an extra movement on the CSX CC sub. X237 has just cleared the control point at Lynn, on it's way to Corbin and points south.
One of the largely unseen aspects of the consolidation/separation of Ottawa and Montreal sections of trains to/from Toronto was the turning of the power that arrived from Ottawa on the CP branch f... (more)
Former CSX SD80MAC NS 7221 brings eastbound freight train NS 12G through CP TOMS on the NS Conemaugh Line.
As solid CSX lashups go, this one wasn't too bad. "Double-O Three" heads west past the NYC mast at CP 37.
Amtrak P092 flies under the old ACL signals in Lakeland on a nice October day back in 2016. These ACL signals no longer stand guard as a new signal bridge has taken their place with CSX's improvem... (more)
With the low morning fog and clouds gracing the tops of the Shenandoah Valley, 201 continues south past the CPL's at Pkin with a 33 year old SD60 leading.
Just before 21J rolled through under the 318s with 1071 on the point, one of the Pittsburgh Line's infamous Dash 9s, #9189 powered the head end of 21E west.