NS 8835 leads the Erie Heritage Unit down Braswell Mountain on a sunny but very cold day.
Just over 40 miles from Inman Yard we find NS 322 climbing the grade at Braswell and brushing past the skull of a deceased animal, most likely a deer, as it continues the northward journey to its ... (more)
A little orange on the trees and some orange leading the daily Sandusky-Jacksonville Roadrailer. Fall came a few weeks late this year in the south... I happened to be on vacation in the Midwest f... (more)
A long stack train passes under the Braswell Signal Bridge as it crests the grade over Braswell Mountain. At this higher elevation, the deciduous trees are starting to change colors.
An NS grain train struggles up Braswell Mountain with a road weary leader. The scars show that this Thoroughbred has been 'ridden hard and put up wet'.
392 is just three light engines.
New ACe leader struggles to get to the top of Braswell Mountain.
A NB NS mixed freight with two TFM SD70MAC's trailing the lead SD60 head north over Braswell Mountain in north GA.
BNSF 706 leads this NS northbound up Braswell Mountain
The Rockmart helper shoves another coal train across Braswell Mountain.
NS 222 on top of Braswell Mountain heading for Atlanta, GA.
NS 734, a Georgia Power Scherer coal train, heads toward Atlanta over Braswell Mountain with a BNSF unit in DPU and a NS catfish as a pusher.
NS G34 working hard up the Braswell Mountain grade. 2002 was a very good year for fall colors in north Georgia.
On The BNSF As C NAMMHS0 02A @ 17,625 TONS 6,580ft. NS Q2M Crests The Summit Of Braswell Mountain
NS 361 is just about to crest the top of Braswell Mountain with a dead C40-9W leading. They stalled about the 108 milepost with a crankcase problem with the 9523 while climbing the mountain. Grain... (more)