CSX's 2011 Master's OCS sits in the usual spot during its visit to the annual Master's Golf Tournament held here in Augusta, Georgia. This train either arrived early this morning or late ye... (more)
Yellow Birthday Present! While waiting, for what I thought was NS 213 which had a SD60 leading, I heard NS 153 call the signal at CP Carotell and braced myself for the usual Catfish lashup.... (more)
CSX A761 leaves town, bound for Atlanta with a Big Mac leading the way.
An Old Veteran Passing the Site Where Fellow Veterans Had Passed... NS 191 was caught sporting an unusal leader, leading a pair of the usual power found on this train. NS 6099 was a refresh... (more)
HIGHBALLIN'! After getting more 'real estate' to proceed from McCormick North, CSXT 4736 highballs through an old logging operation land outside of McCormick, South Carolina leading ... (more)
...And this is where it all started! Before I could even drive, I'd ride my grandpa mower down to this crossing and see the PICK crew pass by every time I went to my grandparents house. Yea... (more)
Kev Is Always Watching! CSX N233, a loaded Plant Harlee bound coal train, highballs through the little town of Dearing, Georgia while heading North (technically West) along the old Georgia ... (more)
NS 204 highballs up Norfolk Southern's Piedmont Division with a common Western visitor leading a pair of throughbred units.
Battle of the Horses! For the second day in a row, NS 191 sports a standard cab EMD leader, this time in the form of NS 6683 and another sister SD60! After waiting for 'parking space' to op... (more)
NS 191 rounds the curve through the woods before ducking underneath the Highway 121 bridge the photog isc standing on.
NS 191 is seen picking up 12 cars off the Warrenville Siding that were spotted earlier by the Aiken Local, NS P22.
NS 191 passes through the small town of Bath, which is part of what railroaders and locals call 'The Valley'. The GMTX, Ex. Oakway leader was a nice and welcomed treat!
NS 191 slowly rumbles across the Savannah River Drawbridge which also serves as a boundary that separates South Carolina and Georgia. The leader, former Oakway, now GMTX 9027 has crossed into Geor... (more)
Spring's Already In Full Swing on 6th Street! Although it's still Winter, this section of 6th Street tells a different story! The Dogwoods along with a few other trees are in full bloom & c... (more)
Don't Do It! That's the thought that runs not only through the minds of the crews that run trains up & down 6th Street, but mine as well. NS 155 is seen here crossing the busy intersection ... (more)