NS 175 slides into downtown Macon, Georgia with a C40-9W, SD60 and WC SD45 as the morning's pigeons take flight although they're not much of a welcoming committee. (Slide Scan)
NS 373, Savannah to Macon manifest eases through Macon Jct in Macon, Georgia a little after midnight with PTC equipped SD60 6630, 6659 and high hood GP38-2 5194 on October 19, 2018..
Switch crew serve a downtown customer (Macon Telegraph?) on trackage that would be removed a few years later. That is Southern's mainline to Atlanta above 1328.
Southern 4501 leads the "Nancy Hanks Special" out of Macon for the afternoon trip on Saturday, September 26, 2015. The earlier trip was delayed and ultimately annulled at Gordon, GA due ... (more)
SD33ECO's 6213 and 6214 are seen pacing side-by-side at the north end of Brosnan Yard accelerating down their respective tracks as they continue the work of assembling trains for departure.
A pair of Norfolk Southern's SD33ECO motors works at the north end of Brosnan Yard on a busy day.
Norfolk Southern's SD33ECO #6210 and RPU6D Dynamic Brake Slug #892 work the north end of Brosnan Yard.
Norfolk Southern's loaded ethanol train for Augusta, GA arrives into Macon, GA for a crew change with power from three railroads that are not Norfolk Southern.
Southern 4501 leads NS train 955 on the final leg of the ferry move into Macon, GA.
Norfolk Southern 6210 and 892 wait to continue assembling trains at the north end of Brosnan Yard. NS 6210, the Class-Unit SD33ECO, is a rebuild of former NW SD40 1613, and 892 is a RPU6D Slug reb... (more)
Georgia Central's NS transfer job heads south into Norfolk Southern's Brosnan Yard in Macon, GA to make a drop and a pickup before heading back to their yard.
Norfolk Southern's Central of Georgia heritage unit leads manifest train M91 into Macon, GA where the final leg of the journey was on home rails.
A pair of EMD GP60's sandwich an EMD SD40-2 in this throwback to the 90's lashup on NS train 207. A rare appearance on the road leading an intermodal train in 2016.
A 153-car long #361 diverges off the Griffin District onto the Macon District at Edgewood with a freshly rebuilt SD70ACU leading the way south.
A recently released SD70ACU leads an extra autorack train out of Macon, passing Rose Hill Cemetery - the resting place of two of the famous Allman Brothers.