CSXT GP38-2 2750 is seen here resting in the yard at Talladega, AL. awaiting its next assignment. This unit is now in the YN3B paint scheme
Norfolk Southern Local Freight Train A84 doing a brake test before departing Precision Strip Steel Mill in Talladega, AL. Heading back Southbound to Wlton, AL.
The EARY's turn to Talladega to interchange with CSX heads south toward home in the dense eastern Alabama woods.
Norfolk Southern Local Freight Train A84 makes their way Southbound as they pass through Talladega, AL. after just departing Precision Strip Steel Mill
CSXT Freight Train Q684-08 makes their way Northbound as they pass through Talladega, AL. With a pair of Red, White & Blue FEC SD70M-2's leading a CSXT SD40-2 & a new CSXT ES44AC. CSXT is leasing ... (more)
The EARY slips through a tree tunnel outside of Talladega, but not without a sucker hole for some nose light. The EARY road job is returning to Sylacauga with marble slurry empties, plastic pellet... (more)
Western visitor UP 1942 leads the local Birmingham-Talladega turn job.
CSXT Local Freight Train A734-28 tied down in Talladega, AL. On the EARY Branch Line awaiting a new crew before going down to Bemiston, AL. to pick up their cars then head North to Birmingham, AL.... (more)
CSXT Local Freight Train A734-28 makes their way Northbound as they pass through Battle Street in Talladega, AL. About to get onto the CSXT Lineville Sub from the EARY Branch Line & shove their Tr... (more)
CSXT Southbound Local Freight Train A735-24 getting ready to shove their Train down the Eastern Alabama Railway to Bemiston, AL. to Interchange with them then head back North as A734 to Birmingham... (more)
CSXT Freight Train Q647 makes their way Southbound as they pass through Talladega, AL. With a Green & Silver CITX SD40-2 on the point
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #255, with the small fuel tank for branch line service, tied down after the round trip to Roanoke, Alabama in road-switcher service. #255, built December 1973 was later r... (more)
A sharp looking SS GP38-2 leads a southbound freight past the Talladega local and crew.
Eternally Approach At the 84.5 milepost on the NS Anniston District, one can still find a somewhat active semaphore alerting northbound trains to “approach distant” the interlocking with C... (more)