Just as it occurred the day before, another CSX locomotive heads a northbound mixed freight train across the Arkansas River f... (more)
Yard job 102 continues to shove on its cut of cars into track 5 while three tracks over in 8 the DENKCK waits for a crew come on duty and move the train closer to Kansas City.
BNSF’s all seeing eye An interesting tag finds itself on the side of a BNSF beer car as it heads to North Yard for interchange with NS.
This side view of a compromise joint shows exactly what it’s meant to do, join rail of differing sizes. For another view of a compromise joint, more)
NS 336 makes its way through the interlocking with CSX and past the former Central of Georgia/Western Railway of Alabama depot as well as a former more)
A single boxcar logo CSX Gevo is all that’s needed to pull the 64 empty covered hoppers that make up today’s G441 train though Chehaw and south towards Montgomery with over 36oo feet of train in t... (more)
Another afternoon Q679 leans into the S-curves at Cusseta with over 4200 feet of train and 72 cars behind it on a southward journey to Montgomery before a turn north to the final destination of Bi... (more)
A perfectly timed afternoon Q679 takes its 6100 feet train and 104 cars into the Gabbettville Siding for an untimely meet with two northbounds that allowed a typical afternoon thunderstorm to buil... (more)
A pair of NS oddball locomotives, an Admiral Cab and a CAT powered PR43C lead today’s East End local as the train crosses the Tallapoosa River on the way back to Anniston.
The 3968 goes to work setting off a cut of cars at the SP Newsprint paper mill which is one of the largest producers of recycling old newspaper into newsprint in the USA and was the first to do so... (more)
With black and white stripes starting to burn through on the long hood, it’s very easy to tell who used to own this 1977 built U23B.
The increasingly rare U23B motors smoke up the scene on their journey through rural Georgia on the way back to Macon.
With nice morning storm light in the background, a BNSF freight train patiently sits tied down on a section of the former MoPac mainline which today serves as the Baxter Siding.
End of an Era Even though the CF&I had already been purchased by Oregon Steel Mills years earlier in 1992, the rails being rolled in the mill after the acquisition date would still have th... (more)
A trio of GE Dash 9-44CW locomotives pulls today’s DENKCK over the Fountain Creek and through Pueblo Junction as the train throttles up for the run to KC.