The G48-30 Braswell Pusher Crew takes a hoglawed 734 into Atlanta on a crisp fall morning.
NS 223 departs Whittaker yard with a early Conrail repaint, sans white unibrow in the lead. The early morning lighting makes even these tired and conservatively painted units shine.
NS G5A departs Whittaker with a pair of geeps dragging several dead GE's that are being taken dit to Inman.
NS 251 highballing through the sag at the box factory.
After waiting for 3 hours at CP England for NS to run seemingly the whole railroad infront of him, NS 285 our first trophy of the day with two GMTX leasers on the point gets moving towards Inman.
Bluebird waiting out the blue hour
A one of a kind CEFX SD60 is stopped with train 25J at Austell to wait for a 218 to switch Whittaker ahead of him. A series of delays and idiotic dispat... (more)
Happens everytime, you race to get ahead of the train, the train stops, you wait, the sun sets, here comes the train. Oh well atleast it allowed for a pan shot of a very nice leader on train 187.
With a lead unit to match the beautiful October sky, G5A smokes it up as it gets moving towards Inman. The CR painted SD40-2 has been assigned to the G5A job for awhile so finally managed to get i... (more)
NS G5A returns to Austell with a longer train in tow. Note the green AC box, only one place that could have come from!
Race to Atlanta Not much of a competition as 223 is easing to a stop on the run around while 251's long train of roadrailers highballs by on the main behind a freshly painted C40-9.
After a long and sleepless night, there isn't a much finer sight than a pair of standard cab SD70's with a long train of autoracks glinting out of the sunrise.
A nice BN executive MAC howls through Austell on the rear of a empty Scherer coal train, off to the coalfields for another load of black diamonds.
A short intermodal transfer train from Inman yard with a very classy GP38-2 in the front heads towards Whitaker Intermodal Terminal while traffic on US HWY 78 moves alongside. Check out all the c... (more)
A pair of GMTX ex-Oakway SD60's leads NS 322 north through the sag at the box factory in Austell.
Even before DPUs there was distributed power!