. . .Ken, I see CSX6012 head on and as it passed, but there's also one of a meet with it and CSX 2522. Were these taken the same day? . . .
Sure 'nuff Eric - within the same 2 minutes to be exact!
The train led by 6012 was parked on the passing siding when I got there, I had just climbed out of my car and snapped that shot of #2520, and was walking ~30ft from the r-o-w, when suddenly I heard the blast of a 5-chimer. I barely had enough time to point and focus my camera as #2522 and its train came barrelling thru! After it went by, I got some shots of #6012. (I never walked or stood directly on the ballast to get any of these shots. The ones that appear close were 'zoomed'-into.)
IMPORTANT SAFETY LESSON here:
Never stand too near - let alone on - 'unoccupied' tracks when photographing trains!