Nov 24, 2005
Here's a "K" train:
Now that is a whole lot of TANK cars...
Yes, the "K" trains are usually just some sort of unit trains...
Molten sulfur? K800-series most likely.
CSX use the K designation for bulk commodity trains that are not Coal or Grain.
Examples of commoditys that fall under the K designation are Coke, Iron Ore, Trash, Molten Sulphur, Phosphates and virtually any other bulk commodity.
Thanks for the info...
Those two GE's in the picture don't seem to be the same type engine. Could you tell me their types? Thanks.
You are quite good!!!
The first loco was a C40-8W while the second loco was a C40-8 (standard cab)
Well, actually, I just thought the radiators looked different. The "hammerhead" part.
Thanks for the Tanks!
Here's another K train, K650, I believe (the Juice Train!)
You like the juice, eh??