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NS (LV) 8104 pulls a cut of empty coal hoppers after unloading them at the Glatfelter Paper Mill at Spring Grove, Pa. on 6-17-2017. This is only the third Heritage unit to get to Spring Grove to my knowledge.

CP 8906 and CSX 8033 shove hard on the rear of train K447-23 as it rolls over the Bootleg trestle on 5-28-2017.

Eastbound N&W 611 rolls over the Roanoke River near Stewartsville, Va. on 04-23-2017, on it's way back to Spencer.

CSX 8632-8633-8591 Xtra South 10-19-88 Shot fron 1st rocky Tunnel

CSX578-475 Train C620 Pennington Gap, Va. 04-10-2017

An unused railroad spur. It curves off the main spur that services one of the last working coal mines left in our area. Decades ago this one went to another coal mine. I've always felt the urge to photograph it. I love the curves and how it meanders through the meadow at the south end of Scofield Reservoir. In my lifetime I've never saw a train use this spur.

Happened to catch a setting sun in near perfect alignment with some railroad tracks. Traffic was tight so I had to shoot it through the passenger side window. Not much I could do about the power cord!

Heavy hoar frost brought me out in the cold this day to capture some of the beauty.

CSX 540 leads train W584 South out of the 1st Rocky tunnel on the former Clinchfield on 5-27-2017.

The day is done for Adam and Robert, as this UN-eventful trip from Madison to Reedsburg comes to a close. No landslides, off gridder's catching rides, avalanches, ice storms, Moose,

etc, just satisfied customers and a sense of pride that goes along with a successful trip.

 

WSOR L463

WAMX 4177,4176

Reedsburg, WI.

Independence Day 2017

Railroad Motorcar, sometimes called a “Speeder”. Smaller models, like this one, were used routinely to inspect the many miles of track for defects. Larger versions would carry half a dozen workers and pull a few trailers loaded with spikes and tools, to handle track maintenance. Although these “speeders” have a top speed of only about 30 m.p.h., they were so nicknamed because compared to the manually powered pump cars they replaced, they were much faster.

 

Thanks to Brian Plant for a last minute tip off, I was able to get the following series of photos.

CSX 8130-8613 Xtra North 10-17-88 Camp II, N.C.

Shunting master at Kotdwar shunting the WDP1 to attach it to the rake of the Najibabad bound passenger train.

CSX 540 leads Train W584 South through Green Mtn.,N.C. on 5-27-2017.

Mt Washington Cog Railroad passing through a field of beautiful lupines.

CSX number 8 leads train K447-23 out of the South portal of Click Tunnel on the former Clinchfield on 5-28-2017.

Here are the Final Two, CNW 8701 and 8646 and they look great. This is one of the best schemes worn by a Dash-9. I found them switching in UP Belvidere Yard coupled onto a cut of cars after they came in on UP Train ABEBE 02 at 06:19 this morning. I talked to the UP MYO on duty and asked for permission to take a few shots. I ended up with pictures and a Chicago Service Unit Cap.

 

Locomotives: CNW 8701, CNW 8646

 

9-2-06

Belvidere, IL

CSX 6929 leads intermodal train number Q109 across the Scioto River in La Rue, Ohio.

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