Ballast train A013 meanders south through dear old Loachapoka behind a pair of heartwarming Dash-7 motors. Both units wear proper CSX paint and look fantastic. This is the sort of thing I would ha... (more)
CSX Q617 highballs south through Milstead behind three SD40-2 lease units. I always felt like you couldn't beat a green and silver FURX when it comes to lease jobs.
I would like to dedicate this one to the GE fans. Here we find ballast train A013 working its way south on the old Western Railway of Alabama at my beloved "Cotton Patch Crossing" in Auburn (other... (more)
CSX Q193 heads south through Notasulga with a pair of BNSF SD40-2s in charge.
NS 112 heads west through Shawsville with three Dash-9s and four ex-Conrail B23-7s. Lead unit NS 9971 was new at the time of this image and still in primer. The B23-7s were wearing "PWSX" reportin... (more)
A classy former SOU unit rests at Huntingburg on a perfect Friday afternoon. I found it appropriate that the sun was favoring the long hood end, and was pleased to document the old veteran accordi... (more)
NS 71J, with five 4-axle motors, approaches the Huntingburg yard limits on its westward trip from Louisville to the Indiana coalfields.
Empty hoppers from LG&E's Cane Run Plant in Louisville head west through scenic southern Indiana behind five 4-axles.
Empty hoppers from LG&E's Cane Run Plant in Louisville head west through the southern Indiana woods behind two B32-8s, two GP38-2s, and another B32-8.
A properly painted pair of CSX units has Q241 in the wind at Buckner as they head south on the former L&N.
Southern 401 shoves the last train of the day through Nelson Crossing on a perfect October afternoon.
Southern 401 pulls the last run of the day through the outskirts of Monticello on a perfect October evening.
Southern 401 has just departed the Wabash Depot in downtown Monticello as she begins the shove back to the museum site at Nelson Crossing.
Southern 401 nears the "Wabash Depot" in downtown Monticello on a perfect October afternoon.
Southern 401 poses outside the Monticello Railway Museum shop on a perfect October evening. With the Saturday excursions complete, the classy little engine is seen here making her way to the house... (more)