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 former UP SD90-43MAC, now rebuilt as an NS SD70ACU leads a westbound BNSF train near Goffs on the Needles Sub.
NS M0G passes by CP AR's EB signal replacements and lights up AR Tower in the background. A full moon helped light up this scene.
"Through The Morning Fog" . With the fog so thick you could cut it with a knife, a westbound Pan Am Railways Manifest glides over a bridge before diving head first in to the east... (more)
BNSF's Westbound VBLUSBD lead by an NS SD70ACU rebuild and a CP GE, drop down off Ash Hill on the Needles Sub.
Southbound with loaded coal train.
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.
NS 7272 started out in life as a UP SD90MAC and is in the process of being converted to what I believe is an SD70ACU while a Southern 'E' and NS 'F' unit sit in the back ground.
Just 2 miles into its journey to Birmingham, NS 147 crosses the first of many trestles along the CNO&TP with a pair of SD70ACu rebuilds.
Today's 14K is made up of 180 cars and is nearly 11,000 feet long. The train is being led by an SD70ACU and has 2 locomotives running as mid-train helpers.
A product of CSX trying to cut costs & combining trains, here's the K603-28 matched with the Q253 with NS 7306 at the lead of CN 5781, BNSF 7969, & CSX 7738. Another one of a kind Lashup becuase o... (more)
12G is seen departing East Conway, PA in the moring for a trip over the Pittsburgh Line with an SD70ACU leading.
NS 172 comes through the tun out and into single track at South Fork. He had a rebuilt SD90MAC now an SD70ACU 7292 leading.
Old and the New. Shiny new rebuilt power leads an intermodal train past a historic caboose built and owned by the Southern and now part of the Hub City Railroad Museum in Spartanburg, SC. T... (more)