These 100 year old electric locomotives are similar to trolleys in operation. They worked for Empire Coke in Tuscaloosa, AL.
3 MP15's power a coal drag from Birmingport back toward the BSRR yard.
The 4049 has been moved by parent Railtex to the EARY. Apparently rebuilt, now considered a GP40-1. 4049 also wears OLS logos.
EARY 4005, wearing the Railtex scheme pulls a cut of cars back from the NS Interchange. 4005 was originally built as MKT 200, and wore a Bicentennial scheme.
OCS with 2604 and 2611 leading NS7 Pennsylvania, NS9 Alabama, NS18 General William Mahone, and NS23 Buena Vista
This old S-2 is scheduled to be scrapped soon.
One of only 6 NS Dash-9's with the OLS 25th Anniversary logos rumbles south through Dayton.
Unit grain trains still roll south in early November.
I84 is underway again after sidelined with a 5 hour debacle when brake rigging on a rack activated the hotbox detector in Dayton.
A rare CN C44-9W with the Canadian safety cab instead of the normal widecab.
The class SD60 eases past us, running just a block behind NS 197
NS 285 passes the old farmhouse in Coulterville.
One of the last operating revenue steam engines in the US. #97 was retired in 1972.
A 1912 Baldwin this unit was formerly an Angelins Neches River Railroad locomotive.