Train 945 rolls through Brompton, Al running on approach signals following not far behind 27A
Train 945 cruises across the Coosa River with one of only 11 high hood SD40-2's still remaining on the NS roster.... This is certainly going to be one of the best consists of the year and we're st... (more)
A very rare sight here, Norfolk Southern SD40-2 High Hood #1625 (former N&W, 1 of 11 on the active NS roster) along with FXE SD70ACe #4051 is seen here leading NS work Train 945 Westbound over the... (more)
A very rare sight here, Norfolk Southern SD40-2 High Hood #1625 (former N&W, 1 of 11 on the active NS roster) along with FXE SD70ACe #4051 is seen here leading NS work Train 945 Westbound through ... (more)
HMCR southbound light engines 3986 (GE B23-7) and 9554 (GE U23B) are about to cross Hobbs Road in south Huntsville, AL.
A couple of EMDs shove cars in the CSX Dothan yard on a cloudy New Year's Day. With the "smoke" show that the CSX engine #8515 is putting on, you'd think it was fueled by coal rather th... (more)
After crossing into the state of Alabama we see Sequatchie Valley Railroad (SQVR) 1205 slowly bring its seven car train along side of the United States Gypsum Plant. The train will come to a safe ... (more)
Knocking down the southend signal, three General Electric CSX engines roar through a grade crossing in the cool night air with Jacksonville, FL bound containers.
Southbound HMCR B39-8Es 8560 and 8527 are about to cross Southhurst Drive in Huntsville, AL with a seven car train.
Passing through the grade crossing at Chestnut St, CSX engine #460 will make the first clank of many more as its wheels begin to hit the frog of the southend turnout.
NS local A81 with two SD40-2s backs into the Huntsville and Madison County Railroad Authority yard in downtown Huntsville, AL. The local will pick up 16 interchange cars from the shortline. NS 3... (more)
Autoracks glide along with a pair of CSX blue and gold locomotives, while encountering a tied down empty ballast train during their trip south through Roanoke.
One freezing cold and snowless Saturday afternoon, NS 362 blows through the miniscule town of Paint Rock, AL. Be careful not to blink, or you'll miss it.
A Union Pacific SD70ACe maneuvers steadily over foreign rails with 6,000 feet of train and a fresh crew at its controls.
Colorful stacks of containers make their way north from East Savannah, GA with the guidance of two CSX General Electric locomotives.