- CSX Photo Archives - An extensive collection of CSX locomotive photos currently displaying over
9,100 photos of over 6,300 units from around the CSX system.
- The Bull Sheet - An adjunct to the Bull Sheet newsletter, which is published monthly. The site also features
CSX train schedules, rosters and a bulletin board.
- MTNSUB.ORG - An excellent site devoted to railfanning the B&O around Cumberland, MD. Markolf Gudjons' site covers
the CSX Cumberland, Keystone and Mountain Subdivisions.
- Frograil - Tony Hill's site gives you precise directions to over 1,800 trackside locations. This is almost
exclusively a text-based series of pages, as they are meant to be printed out and taken with you on your railfan outings.
- Northern West Virginia's Railroads - Matt Reese's site focuses on the railroads which traverse northern
West Virginia and the Allegheny region, including parts of southwestern Pennsylvania and western Maryland.
- Plymouth Diamond - This page is intended to convey enough information about railfanning
CSX Plymouth operations so as to easily allow the confirmed trainhead an enjoyable experience (i.e. see lots of trains).
- Pope's Creek Railfan Guide - Nice guide to this former Conrail, now CSX line out of Bowie, MD. Currently,
the Pope's Creek Secondary is the unofficial home of the CSX SD80AC's.
- The Mainline - The Mainline is dedicated to the happenings of the railroads of the East, with its main
focus on the Washington, D.C. Area.
- Foamer's Paradise - For foamers, by foamers. This spin off from the "Rest of the Roll" section from the former
TotalCSX site gives a "behind the scenes" look at hardcore East Coast railfanning. Definitely not your typical railfan site!
- Chessie Photo Archives - This site is dedicated to preserving the images of the Chessie System
Railroads. The Chessie System logo stopped being applied to equipment in 1986, but the beloved mascot and striking paint scheme will live on with many for years to come.
- B&O Railroad Museum - This is the official site of the B&O Railroad Museum, located in downtown Baltimore,
Maryland, the Birthplace of American Railroading!
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