One of Georgia's more obscure shortlines is the Georgia Woodlands Railroad, an OmniTrax shortline. While wood products used to be the line's mainstay, a plastics producer in Washington is the lin... (more)
The intricate Louisville and Nashville logo and paint scheme is seen on the nose of EMD GP7 No. 405 at the Tennessee Central Railway Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, on a rainy May 9, 2014.
IS IT 2015 OR NOT? It's hard to believe that it's 2015, and yet you can still go to see a CNW GP9. This is truly the pride of the Hartwell Railway.
Snow reveals the hillside towering over Coalton, Ohio as the Ohio South Central makes its way through town. Coalton was once a busy rail-town with the CH&D and B&O lines coming together here. The ... (more)
Southern Appalachia District engineer Buddy Mumpower is bringing the power into the engine facility at Appalachia with the westbound leg of a Yuma Turn. This is a cab hop, since trains with empty ... (more)
Tools of the trade: Fifty years ago, Southern Railway was using first generation EMD F-units plus a few GP7s to lug coal eastward from its small yard at Appalachia, VA. Two steel bay window cabs c... (more)
You would never think this to be the busy town of Gainesville, Ga by looking at this still, quiet, ghostly scene. It looks like an abandoned town out in the countryside. But no... (more)
On February 24, 2009, Pan Am Railways sent a plow extra north from Waterville to Madison, Maine on the railroad's Madison Branch. The plow extra employed recently painted MWS 77 Russell Plow in f... (more)
TVRM 1824 has just gotten off the turntable, ran around their train, and past the switch that will lead them back to couple up with their train. The Conductor will call the shove back while his tr... (more)
The crew of the Ohio South Central #2153 backs onto its train at Vauces siding in Ross County, Ohio. Vauces serves as the interchange point between the OSCR and CSXT. Today, OSCR had 13 empties ... (more)
CAGY train 48 works west through Indianola, MS, birthplace of blues legend BB King. I took this photo because looking at it, the image could have been taken anytime in the last 20 years.
The Conductor is making a final check of the train as classic former C&O GP7 #55 gets ready to lead an LM&M excursion out of the Lebanon Depot.
TVRM train 100 pulls into the East Chattanooga Yard/Depot with a full Missionary Ridge Local on a sunny February day.
711 leads the days "Tuck Train" through the farmlands at Qualla.
OSR 383, OSR 378 switching out a cut of cars in Putnam.