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.
A pair of "Grinstein Green" MACs on a run-through NS coal train pass a CSX maintainer waiting at the recently replaced CSX signals at 10th Street.
A lightly toasted SD60 shoves a train of ethyl alcohol into the yard at Doraville, GA.
One of the few UP SD9043MACs to receive the lightning stripe treatment passes the statue of Roy Roger's horse Trigger, which had a custom saddle made at the tannery where I am standing.
The green may have fade to a lime sherbert color, but this leaser is still looking good handling thousands of dollars of new automobiles destined for Georgia and South Carolina.
A matched set of Citirail leasers pilot a Georgia Power coal train through a recently harvested cotton field on the way South to Georgia Power's Plant R.W. Scherer in Juliette, GA. This is the fi... (more)
A warm, crystal clear Black Friday saw the Virginian Heritage unit leading an on-time 154 out of Atlanta.
BNSF runthrough Q18309 passes a waiting NS GE23 as it returns to Fairburn, GA after swapping connecting Charlotte/Jacksonville traffic at Hulsey Yard. This train originated in San Bernardino, CA ... (more)
In 2012, Kansas City-Jacksonville train 285 was extremely long and generally had to bypass it's Atlanta pickup. 285 would be re-symboled I85 at the Atlanta Crew change and a "new" 285 w... (more)
2015 was a complete failure for fall colors, so I figured I'd post an older photos changing leaves and a nice leader.
Back when Georgia Power's Plant Wansley was still receiving Appalachian coal, a train of black diamonds from Andover, VA passes a quaint church in Northwest Georgia. My son was 13 days old and I ... (more)
KCS runthrough power passes the old and new signals at Villa Rica, GA; which is named after an 1800's gold rush.
24E heads past the quaint town of Tallapoosa, which is mentioned in the Americanized version of "I've Been Everywhere".