East Point, GA to Macon, GA road freight passing the old Central of Georgia CTC signal at CP Lee. Lee is the start of the remaining CTC into Atlanta.
A Catfish and some colorful boxcars click and clack their way south on the NS Griffin District at a recently improved speed of 25mph.
Better than a pair of Catfish, a couple of ex-Conrail SD60Ms roll through the interlocking at Grove.
Two 15 year old veterans are showing their age, but are still entrusted with UPS intermodals.
A short Q664 drags up the 3.2% slide, taking a shortcut out of Tilford past a T35905 changing crews.
A colorful consist heads up Louisville to Tampa Q237 rolling through the ghetto south of Atlanta.
Hot times at Howell Tower... Q029 slides through the curvaceous W&A allignment, while train 232-06 with 22N-06 crew drifts down to Spring where they'll tie it down for an Atlanta South District cr... (more)
After dropping Atlanta's and picking up Savannah's, 22N-06's crew takes outbound 232-06 down to Spring where they will tie it down... pretty efficient getting the train through Inman Yard. Meanwh... (more)
A Chicago-Atlanta intermodal crawls through Underground Atlanta, past Phillips Arena and the Georgia Dome. Both the signals and Georgia Dome will be gone in a few years.
EMDs whine pulling a coal train out of the Chattahoochee River Valley on their way out of Atlanta, passing under the 4 track signal bridge at Well.
A locomotive model not normally plying these NS rails, a CSX AC44 passes under the Chick-Fil-A peach and an old building that looks really place in a sea of new development.
Q46006 passes an NS 232-06 which was drug out of Inman to await a road crew at NS Spring. The cantilever signal bridge has since been marred by an aluminum signal support.
Only a town for 22 years, Mountain View was so named because you could see Stone Mountain which is approximately 20 miles away. However, the former town is also notorious for having its city char... (more)
Still one of my favorite locomotive consists this year, a pair of leasers lead a dead CSX SD70MAC.
Still sporting the dual firecracker antennas from the days of radio trains, a couple of SD60s bracket a 70M-2 over Pumpkinvine Creek.