Powder River coal empties from TVA's Kingston Plant roll over the old Tennessee Central bridge in Harriman, as the crew wye the entire train, to head back to Chattanooga. The solid BNSF power (inc... (more)
The Emory Gap local has picked up several cars from Oakdale, and is heading back south toward "The Gap'. Powering this local was a great looking (and sounding) pair of classic SD40-2s.
800 rolls over the Emory River, heading south.
Empty hoppers from TVA Kingston accelerate across the Emory River on Norfolk Southern's (Former Southern) famed "Rathole".
Ringling Bros Memories After eleven and a half month on the road the last show of the 2013 season was at Auburn Hill, MI on the third weekend of November. A days later and some 650+... (more)
During the only span of sunlight throughout the entire day, 288 charges north into Harriman Junction with a dynamic duo of locomotives. The "Honoring our Veterans" SD60E and Southern 809... (more)
An executive scheme SD70MAC pushes empty Powder River Basin coal train 73Z over the Emory River as it begins it's trip down the 3rd district of the CNO&TP.
After dropping it's coal at the TVA Kingston Plant, 891 heads back north. The nice new shiny leader is seen crossing the Emory River at Harriman Junction.
Something you don't see everyday... At least now-a-days. An un-rebuilt ex-Conrail SD40-2 leads NS 45R northbound at McCoy. This guy was even still equipped with a 3-chime horn.
The late evening glint light illuminates a KCS passing the yard power at Emory Gap.
A rather short 229 speeds past the CP at South Waters.
With help from a couple of Cunuck units, 10X rounds the curve into Harriman at Strange with 114 boxcars in tow.
After waiting for T76 to clear the single track ahead of them, the crew of 115 have blasted off from Blair, as they roll under the signals.
A thick fog has formed overnight along the Emory River. At 9AM, most of that fog is still hanging around, as the crew of the Emory Gap local bring a cut of limestone loads south, after having just... (more)