Three SD40-2s - the leader in L&N paint, with the two followers in Family Lines attire - lead a coal train out of Augusta on the former ACL. This looks like a pretty substantial bridge, but it sp... (more)
NS 5160 leads local P70 back to Augusta Yard after a long day's work.
NS Track Geometry Train streetrunning with "The Brick" in tow.
The quiet of 6th Street in downtown Augusta is broken as NS Train 191 rumbles down the street with the Lehigh Valley Heritage engine providing quite the show!
Just short of Augusta's street running section is the Savannah River. Here the train is pulling across the trestle as it makes its way from South Carolina into Georgia. Many onlookers would enjo... (more)
Fall begins to show their colors in downtown Augusta as NS 8104 leads NS train 191 down the center of 6th St., this beautiful October afternoon.
The Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit of Norfolk Southern exits the Savannah River Rail Bridge and enters the State of Georgia at Augusta Downtown.
Fall colors are beginning to come out in downtown Augusta as the sun shines warmly on the nose of the Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit running down 6th Street.
Downtown Augusta awakes to the horn of Norfolk Southern's Illinois Terminal Heritage Unit. Here it is seen running down Sixth Street as it heads to the river to cross over into South Carolina.
NS 191 passes the Augusta Museum of history with a pair of foreign leaders.
Long on my railfan bucket list, a trip through the southland in the summer of 2015 afforded an opportunity to pass through Augusta while railfanning our way north from Atlanta destined for Spencer... (more)
NS 155 passes my truck on Augusta's 6th street.
A CSX ballast train sits at the Agusta terminal unasigned on a frigid winter afternoon. The lead locomotive, CSXT 2201, is a former GP30 rebuild, now a road slug.
A visitor from the north leads the 66E ethanol train as it waits to get permission to use the block.
The Vegas Show Girls have all gone home as NS's turn from Columbia, S.C., leaves Augusta to head back north. All is quiet on Sixth Street at 5:30 a.m.