Ex Family Lines with two conductors on the point on their way back from a hard days work switching railcars for various companies along the line.
Buckingham Branch Railroad locomotives 3, 5 and 17 take a Monday work break on Labor Day. BB 3 was originally built as Atlantic Coast Line/Charleston & Western Carolina GP7 203 in 1950. The Seaboa... (more)
Ready for the Christmas holiday
CWCY 1811 sits in Hickory, North Carolina as it waits for its train to be loaded before heading to points north.
With a short break in the rain showers, I managed to head over to the Berkley yard to photograph Buckingham Branch No. 8 as it made a quick visit to the Norfolk Portsmouth Belt Line. The locomotiv... (more)
Decatur Junction grain train crests the hill at Argenta.
Yorkrail 1604 and another unit shuffle the deck in the west side yard complex
With one car in tow for Shurtape Technologies, 68 year old 1811 leads north over the Catawba River.
On a golden evening, an RJ Corman yard job switches the yard in Dover, OH with RJC EMD GP16 1804 long hood forward. This yard as I've heard has few movements daily.
A southbound Elkhart and Western train crosses the CSXT Garrett Sub at Walkerton. We got lucky as we heard rumors this job doesn't go much north of Plymouth anymore, I heard once a month. The job ... (more)
Florida First Coast Yulee transfer.
Extremely rare for 2017, two Family Lines painted GP16's pass each other as the weekly run out of Hickory reverses back into the gate.
The FCRD transfer job rumbles off the island crossing the Intracoastal bound for Yulee.
Florida First Coast crews tie down the train