A friendly conductor gives a wave as the engineer bring the train past the newly replaced holdout signals at CP Norton.
A true North American consist, lead by one of CP's four operating 9043MACs, passes through Hair Interlocking and the Manly Jail Works in downtown Dalton, GA. Surprisingly, I was the only person p... (more)
Q19815 flies by on the main as Q46014 waits for a track warrant out of the siding at Lithonia on the lightly trafficked Georgia Road.
Atlanta to Augusta Q460 exits the siding after meeting Q198, passing a granite outcropping that is part of the same formation that created Stone Mountain.
A GA42 yard crew drags train 298-20 into Inman Yard after the road crew dogged while waiting to get into the yard. This would be the first of two 298's I would see this morning.
A CSX intermodal passes NS 118-22 and the abundant construction in the area around Georgia Tech.
143 miles from Chattanooga, the crew of this Atlanta bound ethanol train is almost done with their run.
An all EMD consist brings New Orleans-Atlanta intermodal/rack train past one of my favorite photo locations in Atlanta.
The super elevation isn't necessary for 10mph running on 100 lb. 1920's era rail. Both the rail and the ex-Southern Pacific GP20 have seen much faster speeds.
It is easy to see why the L&N chose a completely different alignment for their Knoxville to Atlanta mainline. While running only 10mph, the Georgia Northeastern still does a good job maintaining ... (more)
I went shopping for something a little different on Black Friday. After bringing a BNSF-CSX steel wheel intermodal transfer into 59th Street, power short CSX decided to put this set on their Chic... (more)
A more popular and reliable EMD leads a Linwood-Macon freight past a couple of 70 series piloting CSX Q61428.
Solvent based lead paint may not be good for the environment, but it lasts a long time.
One of three C44-9WLs still in BC Rail paint, I am almost certain this was the first time one has polished the rails of Atlanta, Georgia.
The columns of Phillips Arena leave no doubt of the location as a BNSF powered train of low sulphur sub-bituminous coal.