The first half of a corn train off NS heads for the Circle S feed mill in Bascomville, SC.
The daily Pee Dee River freight heads out to the mills west of town.
Some old timey power pulls a Southern Company coal trainset out of storage.
A high wide special brings M1A1 tanks back home.
A solid group of Retro-Belles leads Birmingham-Shreveport runthrough 339 under the skyline at the start of it's trip.
The Dublin Turn passes the entrance to the Mabery Ranch west of town.
A Nashville to Hamlet freight catches sweet morning light passing the grove of dwarf signals at the Top of the Slide.
An odd set of motors passes the cantilver at Middle Elizabeth.
With the right information, a late lunch can yield an uncommon red HLCX leaser in a nice S-Curve just a few miles from downtown Atlanta.
A Tulsa to Fort Worth freight takes the connection track at Saginaw to get into North Yard. Unfortunately, we ran into Chad Chadderson and he almost ruined our shot.
The Dublin Turn crossover over a small creek on its way south, with Sundance Kid leading the way. Thanks to Patrick Phelan and the FWWR Company Photographer for showing me around.
A short autorack train departs Atlanta under the 4 track signal bridge at the south end of Inman Yard.
A Z piggy descends Cajon Pass on #2 with a wall of brand new UPS 53' containers up front... if you look to the right of the locomotive you can see the trailers on the rear.
P76 returns to Doraville, GA passing empty coal train 734-29 & CSX Q61430 with petrochemicals from the gulf coast.
Calling signals as "Twenty Two Nacho", the 6666 leads a short intermodal into Atlanta.