A couple of foreign Canadian sisters, found themselves in the South with 3,203 feet of mixed freight and the task of bringing them north to Birmingham, AL hopefully without any delays. The combin... (more)
HMCR 3986 and Rio Grande 8527 sit outside the yard office in downtown Huntsville. Building cumulus clouds and some frame to the photo.
A cosmetically restored former L&N boxcar (built in Sept. 1965) is displayed on the turntable at the Huntsville Depot & Museum in downtown Huntsville, AL.
A southbound CSX Q101 train comes through on the mainline with yet another colorful display of containers and a couple of wide cabs to haul them to their next delivery point. Transported in singl... (more)
Following in single file, ethanol tanker cars blast north behind two CSX units. The leading Dash 8 built in 1991, CSXT #7662 now executes its duties in "Dark Future" paint rather than i... (more)
A couple of CSX six axel generals, navigate the Lineville Subdivision through Roanoke with 96 mixed freight cars. Passing the Roanoke siding and house track, this Waycross, GA bound train next si... (more)
Bay Line GP38 #511 is tied down on the spur serving Golden Peanut. This facility prepares "candy grade" peanuts for shipment all over the United States. These peanuts tend to be larger a... (more)
Bay Line (BAYL) GP40-2 #6419, in the CSX Middle Yard, awaiting interchange and delivery to The Bay Line Railroad. Bay Line GP40-2 #6419 was built October 1973 as DT&I #419 and later became GTW #6... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train A84 heads back South to Wilton, AL. After working Precision Strip Steel Mill in Talladega, AL. They are seen here passing through Barclay, AL.
Welcome Back It's been nearly two years since the train symbol of Q611 was used on the A&WP/WofA subdivision, but with the ever changing CSX landscape under the new regime some old symb... (more)
A BNSF Coal drag heads South through Townley, AL. On their way to West Jefferson, AL. This is the DPU power (Locomotives on the rear) so this is a going away shot