Posts Tagged ‘CSX in Warwick’

At the Westbound Signal in Warwick

January 12, 2023

Here is one in Clinton photographed on Nov. 12, 2021. CSX ET44AH No. 3442 is eastbound at the westbound signal.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

Meet Me in Warwick

November 24, 2021

A CSX eastbound passes an inbound R.J. Corman train in Warwick Yard in Clinton on June 14, 1996. Corman GP16 1826 is entering the yard to interchange cars with CSX.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

One Day on the R.J. Corman

May 23, 2021

This series of images focuses on R.J. Corman EMD MP15AC No. 1410 workings train, Z613, to Warwick and return on May 7, 2021.

In sequence we see the 1410 northbound as it approaches the CSX yard in Warwick. Also on hand is CSX GP40-2 No. 6415 on the D750, which is bringing a covered hopper to be added to Z613.

Then we see the 1410 southbound after leaving CSX’s yard. In short order it passes Warwick Tower and then cruises through Canal Fulton on the Corman’s Cleveland Subdivision.

Photographs by Robert Farkas

First Day of May Delights

May 6, 2021

Nice weather for the first day of May 2021 has railroad photographs out to catch what they could find in Northeast Ohio. Here are a trio of images made on the CSX New Castle Subdivision west of Akron.

In the top image, a Canadian National SD75I leads train Q276 around the curve in downtown Warwick on the single track segment.

In the middle we see AC44CW No. 402 on the point of an eastbound in Barberton.

Finally, GP40-2 No. 6415 sits in Warwick at a new fueling facility. This unit is stored here between runs of local D750. The apparatus visible toward the rear of the locomotive is a plug in for the crankcase heater.

Photographs by Robert Farkas

Eastbound Stacks in Warwick

December 10, 2020

Running elephant style, four CSX locomotives wheel an eastbound double-stacked container train through Clinton (Warwick) on March 16, 1996. Note the variations in the CSX livery of the four units.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

Power for the D750

November 20, 2020

CSX train D750 is a local based at Warwick that works to Akron and return The motive power for this train is stored on a stub end track between the CSX New Castle Subdivision mainline and the R.J. Corman line into Warwick. It is shown idling in Warwick on Christmas Eve in 2015, probably off for the holiday.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

Some Fall Color in Warwick

October 22, 2020

CSX 2210, a road slug, is eastbound in Warwick in the fall of 1998. It seems appropriate to post this image this week as fall color peaks in Northeast Ohio.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

Running East in Warwick

July 7, 2020

Numerous railfans have capture this view of an eastbound on the CSX New Castle Subdivision curving out of the yard in Warwick and going through downtown, such as it is.

The photo spot is still there but the Baltimore & Ohio color position signal has been replaced.

Shown is CSX SD50-2 No. 8573 on June 25, 2012, leading an auto rack train.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

2 Things No Longer Used by CSX

June 30, 2020

There are two things in this image that are no longer in use by CSX but let’s not get ahead of the story just yet.

This image of a container train eastbound in Warwick was made on Oct. 13, 1996.

Lead unit CSXT No. 5891 is a GE B36-7 that was built in July 1985 for Seaboard System.

It has since been retired from the CSX roster although locomotive leasing firm NRE has it available. Just check out their website.

As for the other item no longer used by CSX, that would be the color position light signal.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

Some Orange in Warwick

May 27, 2020

BNSF motive power is not necessarily a rare sight in Northeast Ohio but it’s still pleasant to see it when you find it.

Here are a couple of images of a westbound CSX train passing through Warwick on March 1 being pulled by two BNSF pumpkins.

Photographs by Robert Farkas