NS 290 rumbles under the old Cobb Street wooden bridge in Lula with endangered D9-40C No. 8887 leading the way. 8887, formerly the second-to-last D9-40C ordered by NS, currently serves as the hig... (more)
NS 119 accelerates away from Lula after holding for a late Amtrak 19 and 212, seen racing into town behind a SD70ACe.
One of the former CEFX lease units now owned by NS leads Piedmont Division intermodal train 222 north through Lula, GA, at dusk, just ahead of a heavy evening rainfall.
Ex CIT SD9043MAC, now NS 7331, finds its way on to the point of Birmingham bound manifest 153 as they pass through downtown Lula, Georgia after meeting 172 at Baldwin.
NS 153 coasts through downtown Lula on a Springlike January afternoon on its run south to Atlanta.
NS SD90MAC 7331, still wearing its CIT paint, leads 149-car manifest 153 under the preserved Southern Railway wooden bridge in Lula, GA.
On a gloomy December day, the most appropriate locomotive for the weather made a southbound trip over the Greenville District of NS's Piedmont Division. British Columbia Railway C44-9WL 4644 led m... (more)
A quite Saturday morning in the small town of Lula, Georgia finds a rail train tied-down in the village's small yard for the weekend. In the meantime, many Christmas ribbons, signs, and the like h... (more)
A colorful, oddball locomotive model leads hot Harrisburg-Atlanta train 203 through an apple orchard in Northeast Georgia.
NS 221 pulls up short on the Athens Street crossing in Lula with fall colors starting to pop.
A long Charlotte to Atlanta intermodal passes some blossoming pear trees at control point Yonah, which is named after Yonah Mountain which is almost directly to the north.
Rutherford, PA-bound 212 breaks the silence of a peaceful Sunday morning in the quite town of Lula as it darts under the classic 1917 wooden bridge.
Norfolk and Western J 611 is eastbound at Lula, GA with a Sunday excursion to Toccoa from Atlanta. The train is rolling at a good speed and is about to cross Ga. highway 52.
The Honoring First Responders unit passes some fruit trees in Northeast Georgia.