It's the weekend again, and that means another round of catches.
First up today, Chesapeake & Ohio CO 1308, a Baldwin 2-6-6-2 built in September of 1949.
I apologize for the fence obscured shot - this was a drive-by catch en route to an appointment.
Next, another fence obscured shot - CSX 1837, a GE C30-7 built in August of 1980. I really like the big, older GE diesels. Originally built as Louisville & Nashville LN 7067, after the Seaboard System grouping became SBD 7067, and onwards to CSX 7067, eventually having its prime mover and such removed and being put on display as is as a shell. Possibly after the prime mover removal but before being a display, it may have been used as a slug. It's painted to support Marshall University.
And another shot.
Also in the same fenced area as 1837, Chessie System 90416. I've never been a fan of Chessie - ugly logo and gaudy colors.
Also in the fence, Amtrak AMTK 1157, an old baggage car.