The local's head power is gone, but they stuck a third unit on the rear to probably account for some tricky switching maneuvers around the Port of Providence.
Sitting in Langley's Woodyard, this MoW train awaits the mornings work.
A pair of Oakway SD60's are used in yard service between duties on incoming CN coal trains at the P and L yard in Paducah, KY.
A41 rolls through Opelika on a blustery November afternoon through the fall colors at the P319.9.
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.
NS 213 gets the job done at 60 mph under the classic Southern signal bridge at Lula. No keeping pace with this one...
CSXT 7558, seemingly devoid of its logo circa 2008, leads a southbound manifest freight towards the crew change location at Pine Street on the south end of Tilford Yard.
AM 34 belches black smoke on the way south to get out of the way of the Monett Turn, arriving from the north.
A trio of SD60's lead today's 198 across the kudzu-covered fill near West Opelika.
Part of the Atlanta skyline drapes over a spartan-cab GE and the CSX REDI center.
A second section of NS 137 prepares to shove back into the connection with the EARY. M37 would then leave all but one car. The traimaster was riding with the crew, and would later hop on NS 334 to... (more)
Making a reverse move at about 20 mph, this cut of ratty looking hoppers ride in front of one of the "usual suspects" in downtown Birmingham.
Now if I could only get this same scene with three Central of Georgia RS-3's, I'd be in heaven...
A746 winds down the hill and through the broad curve at the XXB 105.
The SRS 145, "Bob McGuire", sits tied down at the MRL Headquarters in Missoula on this blustery and chilled fall day.