Rumbling outside of the city limits, the crew of the PDRR 1764 approaches Revel's Barbecue Center just to the east. Yes... it's a barbecue center. I've never seen one either.
Shortline Sundaes: After a gritty weekend in the sand working at the 2008 Sandblast Rally in Cheraw, I took Sunday to railfan in nearby towns. I was treated to this train making its way from the P... (more)
Palmetto Brick #2 sits with a cut of sand cars on a sunday afternoon.
While the train may be occupying a small portion of the frame while crossing Lake Russell, the sonic experience of hearing the train approaching for 10 minutes prior to its arrival was something t... (more)
Southbound, and rounding the leg of the wye at Hamlet, the 4513 leads a manifest freight towards the yard to the east.
"So the sun, shines upon them...." at Palos, AL, where BNSF trains bring the black-diamonds of the west to Plant Miller, the largest coal-fired power plant in the Alabama Power system.
After attending a BNSF Citizens for Rail Security meeting, we were able to shoot some of the power in the yard. While it was a crummy day, this gem was parked behind the office in some good light.... (more)
Framed up by the trestle at Trion, the 610 slowly trundles down the jointed rail of the once mighty Central of Georgia.
All the glorious valves on the left side of the GM 209.
Cab comparison of the EMD and GE of their days.
A detail shot of the side of the cab shows just how much this engine has been through.
Further up from the depot, this trio of Geeps are tucked away on a storage track. Note this well-weathered GP38-2 is sublettered for the Georgia Southern & Florida.
AC power of the EMD flavor leads this grain-train-looking manifest freight up the hill at Emerson.
After spotting ties all day, the slug set and tie train rests in the siding at Notasulga. Additional frontal lighting provided by a Vivitar 283.
Two BNSF locos rest on the wye at Fairburn, where CSX has a large intermodal terminal.