After dumping rock south to the south end of Harper Siding, A050's power ran around the train and headed back north towards Greenwood, SC. The train is passing where it started it's day from, bein... (more)
A trio of older CSX units lead a long a heavy manifest as it charges north on the main at Hull Siding. The third unit is actually one of a handful of straight SD50's left on CSX's roster, being #8... (more)
Four CSX units are on the head-end of Q675-31 as it races south out of Bogart towards Statham.
One of CSX newly re-prefixed manifests heads south through Athens, GA. MofW crews had left track lights on, which caused R619 to stop at the CofG Crossing signal just about 3/4 of a mile down the ... (more)
Heavy northbound manifest Q616-29 sails through the small town of Statham as it heads for Hamlet, NC.
A 9100', 148-car long Q619 is led by one of the three Diversity in Motion units, seen passing through the small town of Bogart on CSX's sporadic Abbeville Sub.
Southbound loaded rail train W019 races through Bogart as traffic on Old Atlanta Highway paces alongside.
A rare visitor to the south leads the New Orleans to Hamlet manifest train through the small town of Statham.
A long and heavy intermodal train from the northeast moves towards Atlanta as it passes local P68 in the distance at the Carolina control point.
A rare pair of gray KCS motors lead 221 through a slow order in downtown Norcross.
Ringing Brother's Blue Unit train sails south between the small northeast Georgia towns of Statham and Bogart.
This loaded grain train for Gainesville has completed its journey on the Abbeville Sub and now starts out on its trek up the Gainesville Midland. Due to the rolling hills and multiple steep grades... (more)
The Atlanta to Jefferson, GA manifest rolls north through Statham after meeting two southbound trains at Harper Siding just a little over a mile down the line.
A day-late Q662 rolls north around the bend into Statham with a squarecab in the lead.
A CSXT company ballast train rolls south toward Atlanta in the late afternoon on the Abbeville.