A nice surprise on the way back from Folkston was the unexpected timely arrival of NS 295 with Union Pacific's Katy heritage unit leading, seen on the outskirts of Cordele, GA on a sultry summer e... (more)
A local intermodal job out of Whitaker Yard here in Austell has hooked up to the rear of #226 and is seen pulling a cut of cars back to the yard for classification and unloading.
Coal empties from Cross, SC fly down the main at Harper as they make their way back to coal fields in the mid-west.
A pair of SD40's are on the point of empty rack train Q210 as it eases through the siding at Dacula. The train is stopping and tying down as the crew is on the verge of lawing out. Pretty bad when... (more)
A pair of new ET44AH's are seen on the point of a southbound empty grain train as part of a four train meet at Hull.
The W. Thomas Rice AC44 #5107 is seen leading train 616 north towards Hamlet on a beautiful Georgia fall morning at Harper Siding.
The Interstate heritage is seen on the point of #125 as it eases south through Mableton due to congestion ahead near Inman as usual.
NS loaded auto train 26A sports a nice surprise in the form of a long hood forward Dash 9 as the sole power. The train is passing a tied down 22G with UP/UP/CSX power.
Amtrak's Phase I "bloody nose" heritage unit leads the southbound Crescent through Austell on a crisp November morning.
155 cars of mixed freight charges south past a northbound loaded grain train that was experiencing engine problems at Harper Siding.
A leaser from Helm Leasing leads empty rack train 210 south through the siding at Harper around northbound train Q614 holding the main.
An eclectic lash-up leads the daily Chatt to Bham junk freight south down the AGS North at Wauhatchie, TN.
A southbound empty ethanol train picks up speed as it splits the signals at the south end of Dacula siding.
Loaded coal train N208 heads onto the bridge that is on the Wauhatchie Yard lead which soars over NS's AGS North District. The train would tie down for several hours until a crew was called in ord... (more)
A fairly unconventional couple of units for a coal train around these parts lead the train south as it descends Raccoon Mountain on the outskirts of Chattanooga.