SOU 2601 an N&W 522 lead a photo freight through weeds just south of the Roundhouse on a beautiful Summer evening.
A Southern Duo of SOU 6133 and SOU 6900 one of the three different trains that were shuffling visitors to this year's Rail Days event.
Another Republic Locomotive Works product. The nickname 'Big Bird' would fit this centercab well! I believe this is a GE 45 Ton unit
The annual Master's Golf Tournament Office Car Special makes its way down the final leg of its journey from Altoona down the middle of the infamous 6th Street.
An empty Herzog train sits on one of the car shop tracks on the East End of CSX's Augusta Yard. How many locomotives can you count in this photo?
CSX A760, Atlanta to Augusta train finally arrives into town with a nice veteran SD40-2 one the point as it makes its way towards the yard.
MP&ES Open House/Santa Fe F-7 Unveiling! Today was the big day as a reserved group of no more than 200 people attended the first open house MP&ES has hosted. The main attraction was the unv... (more)
An Ex. EMD demostrator, built August 1950, and one of the first to be equipped with a turbo charger, this GP20 is another MP&ES project, once complete, will be shipped to Charleston to its new own... (more)
Now Presenting! ATSF 316 comes into public view for the first time during an open house/unvieling event hosted by MP&ES, who were behind the project. These units belong to Galveston Railroa... (more)
ACe on the Street! For the first time on record, one of Norfolk Southern's SD70ACes finally makes its way down this way on the point of NS 191.
NS 162 coasts downhill at Five Row with an elephant style consist on a beautiful morning.
Crews exchange operating information before boarding their train under a full moon.
Norfolk and Western still lives under a cloudy summer night.
The conductor prepares to pick up orders at Barber Junction.
A SOUTHERN Evening! A young couple enjoy a beautiful summer evening on the tailgate of a classic Ford pick up as a duo of GP30s lead a photo chartered frieght train in classic Southern fash... (more)