An ECO/road slug set bring empty rail flatcars past the Deer Lofts. Originally built by the John Deere Plow Co. in 1887, the building was recently turned into high end condominiums.
An ECO/Road Slug set take 45 autoracks from Inman Yard to Hapeville, GA for unloading. The building to the right is being rebuilt, after sitting derelict for over 20 years.
Norfolk Southern switches the ADM milling plant west of Racine Ave n Former Panhandle Line to Union Station.
East Point based local job, GE07 and it's ECO Snail Set stand at the gate to Coca-Cola's Hapeville, Georgia plant as the crew waits for the plant manager to allow their entry for the day.
Yard job GE06 shoves through the William C Meredith pressure treating facility on its way to serve the top secret Brenntag facility, where according to the Manager, photography is not allowed even... (more)
Industry Yard based local job, GE04 heads back north to East Point with it's GP33ECO/RPM4C "Snail Set" and it's string of empty corn syrup tanks as it steps through Hapeville, Georgia.
After delivering a string of empty auto racks to Industry Yard a couple hours earlier at East Point, local job GE05 slides through downtown Hapeville, Georgia with it's light ECO Snail Set while ... (more)
Industry Yard based local job, GE04 heads back north to East Point with it's GP33ECO/RPM4C "Snail Set" and it's string of empty corn syrup tanks as it passes the signals at Hapeville, Georgia.
A hustling crew, manning the NS green locomotive, backs a broken down P42 unit into the Amtrak Locomotive Shop.
The Best Foods Local heads east through LeMoyne, making the short trip back to Clearing Yard.
A pair of new GP33ECO's sit idle for the weekend.
GE04 with GP33ECO 4716 works alongside GE05 with it's 4726 as the crew gathers cars for Clorox in Forest Park, Georgia.
Norfolk Southern arrives from their Ashland Ave yard to switch the ADM milling plant west of Racine Ave.
Former Panhandle Line to Union Station.
NS ECO 4711 sits in Manhattan with the local, awaiting a crew.
Some of those that run them unaffectionately call them eco-pukes or eco-turds. I'm just glad for something different.