Recently laid rail on the W&A doesn't show the usual "Tennessee" we're used to!
Southbound loads meet northbound empties at Acworth, as N228 winds through the curves downtown.
A light local shuffles around the yard at Cartersville, as a rock train waits for a signal in the foreground.
A light local shuffles around the yard at Cartersville
A trio of gauges adorns the cab of the Gainesville Midland 209.
Apparently a newcomer to SRM, this Wabash caboose sits outside of the museum in the yard.
Q614 approaches the south end of Hogansville. Note the CN/IC motor 2nd in the consist; a rare find in these parts!
Q614 gets all the remaining light it can as it throttles out up the hill to Fairburn, where CSX's Atlanta intermodal terminal is.
A746 has reached West Point, where the crew takes a break amidst their future cargo at an unusually busy woodyard for this region.
Q611 obeys a stop and proceed order as A746 is at the other end of the siding getting in the clear.
NS CEO Wick Moorman enjoys lunch at 50mph, as Columbus passes by in a blur.
A lean Q600 just met two southbounds at West Point and now illuminates the bridge over a very calm Chattahoochee River.
Led by a clean Dash 9, NS 922 heads west through Opelika just before the Thanksgiving break begins.
Attached to a SOU shoving platform, SOU 8202 awaits more passengers for rides given at the Southeastern Railway Museum.
A hot NS train (219 or 225?) pokes it's head under the signal bridge while making an assault at Walters Hill, just north of Buford, GA.