With a train of stacks in tow, a pair of EMD's get a moment of glory as they race from the law into Inman yard with hot stack train 295, whose crew has about 15 minutes left on duty at this point ... (more)
NS train 298 sits tied down at Winston after going on the law due to the 154 ahead of it breaking a drawbar near Douglasville. The 9094 is unique among the ex-Oakways in that it was repainted by G... (more)
A Belle leads the KCS runthrough intermodal 220-16, as it passes a hog-lawed autorack train with a leaser on the point. The leaser was aparently repainted at some point, so it is one of the best ... (more)
NS 15T eases past the station at Bristol while trying to solve problems with the EOT on the rear.
One of the 2 former BN SW-1000's being used by the Azcon Corp at Alton Illinois.These units work the Azcon Scrap Yard and shuttle scrap to the Alton Steel Mill,the old Laclede Steel Plant.
119 comes through Salisbury with a nice pair of Blue and White SD60's leading 4 NS engines.
Under skys as blue as the GMTX leader, the second section of NS train 153 rolls west towards Birmingham with a friendly wave from the conductor.
A nice pair of GMTX Oakway units rumble past CP Cowart at the north end of Whittaker yard with NB manifest 322.
Something you don't see leading on the Pittsburgh Line...
A pair of GMTX ex-Oakway SD60's leads NS 322 north through the sag at the box factory in Austell.
NS 332 roars around the curve into the sun at Hiram with a pair of GMTX SD60's in the lead. One of the motors would die just north of here ending my chase.
NS Atlanta to Chatanooga train 322 rolls under the new signals at Parott Avenue with a nice pair of GMTX leasers. Having missed many of these units I finally decided that since the weather was so ... (more)
GSR clickity-clacks toward the CP interchange at a steady 10mph, over a trestle and past an abandoned farmhouse.
RoadRailer power heads to Trinity Wye to be turned for a more desireable NS 7522 leader. I remember when these old Oakway SD60's were desired to lead some of the most important trains.