An empty ethanol train glides over the Etowah River with a pair of BNSF engines providing the juice. Note the lead unit sporting the classic Warbonnet paint scheme.
A pair of BNSF GE engines lend a hand to some company power, as they take a string of sand hoppers back to Atlanta.
A YN2 painted GE leads the Nashville bound freight over the Etowah River on a mild winter day in Dixie.
Passing through town a switcher caught my eye at Thrall Door who manufactured freight cars. After asking permission I got a tour. Definitely an interesting operation.
CSX GP60 #6897 switches some cars at Wyvern Yard
CSX yard job Y102 rolls down the Busch lead with a rare GP60 leading. The #6897 was the first GP60 built by EMD in 1985 as EMD #5. CSX only received three of these and only have two left as of thi... (more)
A faded CSX SD40-2 leads a string of empty autoracks, as they head Northbound over the old Western & Atlantic Sub.
A solo ES44AH GE engine brings the Northbound CSX freight train over the Etowah River on the old Western & Atlantic Sub.
A BC Rail unit runs sandwiched between a pair of BNSF's, as they bring a string of phosphate hoppers across the Etowah River on a cool breezy afternoon in Dixie.
A Cincinnati bound freight train glides over the Etowah River on a mild afternoon in Dixie.
A trio of Norfolk Southern GE horses pull a string of empty gypsum cars out from GA Power's Plant Bowen (seen in the background) and head for the CSX W&A mainline to continue their trip North.
A Cincinnati to New Orleans freight, passes Young Brothers Pharmacy, which has the first Coca-Cola Wall Sign painted in 1894. 25 layers of paint were removed to uncover and restore the original s... (more)
Q125, with a pair of YN2 painted locomotives, passes the well maintained depot which is now home to the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority.
After a brief stop at Emerson, the Nashville bound freight powers Northbound over the Etowah River at the end of what's been a busy day on the W&A sub.
A Canadian visitor helps the company power to pull a string of empty ethanol tanker cars Northbound on a muggy 4th of July day in Dixie.