LRWN 1544 and 1542 rest at the Columbus and Chattahoochee engine terminal.
CSX ethanol train K44522 winds its way around Tilford Yard with Canadian visitors leading the way.
The Mahrt Turn eases down 9th St and across Broadway on the way to the paper mill.
Amtrak 65 brings the Silver Meteor to a stop at the Palatka, FL, station on "Black Friday".
FEC 714 leads train 222 north past the signals at Sunbeam as it ends its overnight journey from Miami and is about to be put away in Bowden Yard.
A "yellow" and a "blue" leads train 226 across the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine on "Black Friday".
FEC's heritage unit #714 leads train 222 across the San Sebastian River at 4:17am on "Black Friday".
FEC 438 and "heritage" 714 leads train 224 across the San Sebastian River just after sunrise in St Augustine during its overnight journey from Ft Lauderdale to Jacksonville.
Union Pacific's "Southern Pacific" heritage unit leads its first transcontinental stack train from Los Angeles to Atlanta, along the Norfolk Southern main through Alabama. After a crew change in ... (more)
Santa Fe F7's 315 and 316 sit outside the gate at Motive Power & Equipment Solution's shop in Greenville, ready for pickup by NS for shipment to their new home at the Galveston Railroad Museum in ... (more)
Sporting special "CAT colors", EMDX 1201 leads the weekly Caterpillar train at Huntingburg, IN.
Running as NS train N65, three Buffalo & Pittsburgh SD40-2's lead a loaded coal train up Main Street in West Brownsville, PA, after being loaded at Emerald Mine on the Mon Valley district of NS.
Bay Line 2051 and 2012 leads the "Brickyard" job down 9th Street in downtown Columbus, during a soggy Monday afternoon. This is a Columbus and Chattahoochee Railroad crew, operating on NS trackag... (more)
EMDX SD70ACe's 1202, 1205, and 1204 lead Alabama & Tennessee River Railroad train Z390 under highway 431 at Wellington just after sunset, enroute to Birmingham.
The entire 29-car AAPRCO train can be seen weaving through the curves at Morristown enroute to the convention in Chattanooga. Georgia Railroad 29, the "Dearing" carries the markers.