A new(ish) Tier 4 unit leads a long string of baretables Westbound out of Knoxville.
The Alcoa local returns across the Tennessee River to Knoxville in the morning fog, framed by the classic arches of the Henley Street Bridge.
The last Three River Ramblers train for the night has arrived back at the depot. The passengers are alighting and the crew is giving the locomotive a final oiling.
Southern Railway #154 rolls out of downtown Knoxville on one of the Three Rivers Rambler's autumn excursions.
Imagine if you will a humid hazy afternoon in a tiny rural North Carolina town. The cicadas buzz is the only sound in the oppressive air except for the lazy little train shuffling through the wee... (more)
It's a hot muggy night along the Tennessee River, nary a breath of wind stirs, and the W & L crew is out on a rare night run to the stone quarry and has stopped to check an odd noise. They'll che... (more)
15T comes rolling under Western Ave. heading west, with part of the Knoxville skyline in the background.
A standard cab C40-9 leads a manifest west, headed to Chattanooga and eventually Birmingham, Alabama.
One of NS's new old stock SD90MACs is the leader on another 85 loads of corn for the plant in Loudon.
A fairly clean Canadian National GEVO sits with 85 loads of corn for Tate and Lyle awaiting a crew.
A pair of double-digit YN2 GEs lead a solid train of brand new tanks north through Knoxville Yard.
Two run-of-the-mill CSX AC4400CWs lead a hot single-stack intermodal through downtown Knoxville on an unseasonably warm October day.
A nice set of power leads this southbound, crossing the Tennessee River. The trailing SD40-2 is 8388, which could easily be confused for "Crazy Eights" at first glance...
Grain empties speed north approaching the siding at Amherst.
A solo MAC leads a long string of empty hoppers north, crossing the NS West End at the Willoughby diamond, a couple dozen yards back.