The station sign leaves no doubt of the railroad, as run-through KCS intermodal passes blooming fruit trees in Western Georgia.
Doing something we may never see again this unit departs northbound with a long string of empty unit coal cars.
A southbound K train rolls through the set of tunnels at Brush Creek, KY on CSX's CC Sub. This is the former L&N KY between Corbin, KY and Cincinnati, OH.
Q696 rounds a curve past one of the iconic Clinchfield shots at the church in Huntdale, NC.
Two days after CSX announced it would be closing the Erwin, TN terminal; Q697 slices through downtown Spruce Pine, NC.
Seen from the snow-covered former N&W Interchange at Boody near St. Paul, Virginia, southbound coal's leader peeks through the trees as it clears Boody S.E. along the former Clinchfield Railroad.
I happened across this movement completely by accident on my way into work. Nobody shot at me, and the black helicopters haven't shown up yet, so here's my photo of a cask train, westbound near t... (more)
Two days after CSX announced it would be closing the Erwin, TN terminal; Q697 makes it's way up the Clinchfield Route on a beautiful autumn day passing South End Rocky just north of Rocky 4 tunnel... (more)
Former SP 326 gives the MNYRO a push along the South Boulder Creek at Rollinsville, CO.
Late afternoon wind and clouds swirl over Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on September 24, 2015, as a colorful westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train threads the depths of th... (more)
80K departs Williamson behind a UP AC4400CW, an NS SD40E, and an NS C44-9W.
A patched SP unit brings up the rear of the Denver - Salt Lake City manifest at Rocky, CO.
A loaded coal train bound for Baltimore crosses under the Norfolk Southern H Line as it passes through the West Virginia countryside.
As skies begin to clear, as coal loads bound for Baltimore make there way through the Potomac Valley.
A train of export coal enters the Southern Pacific's Dolores Yard behind a trio of AC4400CW diesels in Februrary 1996. Meanwhile, a pair of SP "Cruds" - the nickname for Espee's ubiquit... (more)