General Electric power in an array of colors representing three different railroads, pull grain loads south by the town of Wadley. This is a CSX train, and there isn't a single sign of its blue a... (more)
Mixed freight rolls fast through Wadley under a crystal clear blue sky with remote CSXT engine #6547 (3rd in line) venturing out from the yard onto the road. The remaining miles until this trains... (more)
Carrying a hefty 78 loads (14,000 tons) of rock from the Wadley Crushed Stone Company, a couple of General Electric locos from the CSX fleet gradually gain speed tugging them south. This rock wil... (more)
Producing 4,000 horses, the prime mover under the blue and gold paint of lead engine #5260, powers the 6 axles that begin the total of 318 that this stack train is composed of.
Automobiles hitch a ride south behind a fleet of CSX engines with a veteran from the '90s leading the way. Built in 1993, CSX #7873 pulls 90 cars of train Q237, which has been abolished since Ap... (more)
One of the longest sidings on the Lineville Subdivision (12,015 feet), provides a temporary parking spot for CSX train Q647. The operating crew has worked a 12hr max shift and now slows their tra... (more)
Beginning its journey from the West Coast in Los Angeles, CA, this stack intermodal train has made it far away from home to the East Coast and on the foreign rails of CSX... Three BNSF GE locomot... (more)
Resting on some 4x4 pieces of wood, a 6ft. section of rail has just undergone the process of Flash-Butt welding. The operator of a Chemetron hi-rail truck which houses the welding equipment, just... (more)
Mixed freight heads north on the Lineville Sub, lead by CSX No. 7721 and two other GE units. The trio of yn2 painted scheme units pass a rock quarry being built. The nearest track, is the loading ... (more)
CSXT Freight Train Q647 makes their way Southbound as they pass through Wadley, AL. With a very colorful lashup
CSXT Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey Red Unit Circus Train P921-17 makes their way Southbound as they roar through Wadley, AL. On their way to Tampa, FL.
Seaboard System GP16's 4626 & 4625 lead Manchester (GA) bound train #587 (aka "The Wadley Turn). Seaboard System GP16 #4626 was built November 1955 as Seaboard Air Line GP9 #1921 and later became... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line train #336, with L&N SD40-2 #8072 and U30C #1484 for power, is getting a roll by inspection from the crew of Manchester, GA to Wadley, AL turn 588/587 at the Wadley depot
A northbound auto rack train races into Wadley.