A Public Belt transfer with doublestacks and chemicals from CN passes East Bridge Tower heading to NOPB Cotton Warehouse Yard.
A busy bridge... NS lead UP YAV97 gets the signal at East Bridge while BNSF M DYTCSX1 26 pulls alongside under a waning gibbous moon.
With power representing both railroads, a Livonia, LA to Waycross, GA freight coasts down the east side of the Huey.
A local spots plastic pellet hoppers at the Governor Nicholls Street Wharf with the streetcar line and French Quarter in the background.
A UP freight lays down the sand as it rear clears the EJ&E crossing. This train is odd, as it originates at BRC's Clearing Yard at terminates at TRRA's Madison Yard.
Six months before the CN takeover, one of the last "J Ball" painted units catches the orange light of sunset. The 654 would eventually follow me to Georgia, landing on the Hartwell Rail... (more)
A Gibson Yard job returns passing Calumet Tower, which lasted much longer than I expected and was the last "true" interlocking tower in the state, closing in March 2013.
A couple of EMDs lead the Atlanta to Chicago intermodal, when the dog still worked the Nashville and Evansville ramps. I initiated the discussions with CSX that led to a non-stop Q028 Atlanta-Chi... (more)
A northbound Hamlet to Radnor freight passes the foothills and textile mills north of Cartersville.
Amtrak's Phase I Heritage Unit leads an on-time train #19, The Crescent, out of Atlanta.
When I started taking pictures in the 1990, catching a high hood GP9 leading on the Grand Trunk Western was a highlight. 25 years later, what was then new power is all it takes to get me excited.
22N has a rolling meet with 288-30. A crew started calling this train "Twenty Two Nacho" a few years ago and is now referred to a such by most crews, dispatchers and yardmasters.
Originating in Chattanooga, TN; the NS office car train is making good time on it's way back to Altoona.
Inbound 298 passes train 282-29 changing crews just out of sight on the runaround track.
A colorful consist on a CP/NS ethanol train.