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CSX Photos & Information
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- ☆ Avon Action
This website is devoted to pictures and information about the Big Four Yard or Avon Yard in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- ☆☆☆ Railroad Crossings by Brett Wirick - CSX Section
www.trainweb.US/brettrw - Railroad Crossings by Brett Wirick
has been developed to help the railfan enjoy the western railroading scene. To make this easier, pages are developed following the host railroads own breakdown of its track, IE by subdivision. This segmenting applies mainly to the UP and BNSF, the dominate railroads in the west. In all cases, pictures and information are disseminated following a geographical format. This should help you to locate and duplicate what you find here on-line during your next trip...
- ChessieCat Productions
- ☆ Eastern Pennsylvania Rail Page
- ☆ Folkston, GA - Railfan Heaven at the N Apex of FL Funnel
- ☆ Keith's Rail Page
- King Rails
- ☆ The Lansing Railfan
- ☆ Miami Valley Railfans
- ★ Midwest Photo
- ☆ North Carolina Railfan Website
- ☆ N.Y.C. Rail
www.trainweb.US/nycrail - N.Y.C. Rail
A web site dedicated to railroading in New York City and the surrounding area. Information and photos are provided on the railroads that serve it, the locomotives they use, and HO scale modeling info...
- ☆☆☆ Oaks Model Railroad Club 1994-2002
- ☆ OCtrainguy's Railroad Photography
- ★★★ B&O RR Photo Tours
www.trainweb.org/oldmainline - B&O RR Photo Tours
Virtual tours of the Baltimore and Ohio (now CSX) railroad. Over 2000 Photos, Over 15 Years, B&O Old Main Line Tour, The OML is the route of the first commercial railroad in the United States as it pushed west from Baltimore, MD to the Ohio River. It was constructed largely by hand between 1828 and 1835, and amazingly, continues in active railroading use even now. Voted top B&O history web site...
- ☆ Portraits of North American Railroads
- ☆ PHL Local
- ☆☆☆ Pennsylvania Trains
- ☆ Railfaning St. Louis
- ☆☆☆ Ohio Rails
www.trainweb.US/railmaster - Ohio Rails
Photos around Ohio of Conrail, CSX, Hocking Valley Scenic Railway, Indiana & Ohio Railway, Maintenance Of Way, Norfolk Southern, Ohio Central, Steam Locomotives and other historical rail photos. Also audio recordings, radio frequencies, locomotive rosters and more...
- ☆☆☆ Stan's RailPix
- ★ Rail Trek NY
- ☆☆☆ Randy's Railroads
www.trainweb.US/randysrr - Randy's Railroads
Thousands of photographs from my collection. I took approximately 15,000 slides of northeast railroads in the early 80's. There is also a large selection of Western Maryland photos from my collection including early diesel and late steam...
- ☆ Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac (RF&P)
- ★ Philly Railfan Pictures of the Week
- ★ Railroads of NW Ohio
- ☆ Ravenna Railroad Historical Society
- ☆ Railroad Sounds
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