NS has upgraded Armour Yard for ethanol traffic, so NS is re-trying unit trains to Atlanta. The first ethanol train of 2010 is pulling out of the siding at Green. The Cedartown District, or C Li... (more)
Choo choo... an empty coal train flies by Pizza Depot in Rockmart. Luckily the Pizza Depot is only a flag stop.
A little orange on the trees and some orange leading the daily Sandusky-Jacksonville Roadrailer. Fall came a few weeks late this year in the south... I happened to be on vacation in the Midwest f... (more)
A rare SD80MAC leads a short Q541 past the re-purposed depot in downtown Marietta. The length of the SD80MAC is obvious compared to the trailing SD60I. Interesting that both units still retain t... (more)
A late 220 with KCS runthrough power passes the 143 milepost at JacMac.
With a splash of fall color brightening up the scene, Chattanooga-Atlanta freight 347 rounds the curve at JacMac with freight destined for the yard at Chamblee, GA.
With no auto traffic this Sunday, new train 290 is pinch hitting for 204 & 212 with a long train of Greensboro, Rutherford & Croxton intermodal. The nicely restored buildings in the background ar... (more)
NS 172-30 pulls away from a crew change at Rockdale with a nice consist, as grain train 44A-28 peeks around the corner in the background.
The G48-30 Braswell Pusher Crew takes a hoglawed 734 into Atlanta on a crisp fall morning.
A pair of old Oakways lead a long distance autorack train into Atlanta, on its way from Kansas City to Jacksonville.
With an 8,999' train lenth, Q121 is stretched over both the concrete and steel spans that make up the northern approach to the Ohio River Bridge on CSX's Henderson Sub.
Q247 enters the lesser known street running in Kentucky, 1 block in Owensboro, KY. But what it lacks in size, it makes up in speed as trains are allowed 25 mph over this section of track!
Q265 passes over the Ohio River Floodplane on its way from the TRRA in Madison, IL to Louisville, KY. Both the tracks and the barn have been elevated to avoid flooding.
A Chicago to Birmingham freight sweeps around a curve on the long approach of the Ohio River bridge and will cross into Kentucky shortly.
With it's entire train on the bridge, Q247 splits the intermediate signals with one of the few AC6000CWs in dark future paint.