Norfolk Southern SD60E's number 6920 and 9-1-1 pose together at the locomotive shop in DeButts Yard in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk Souther... (more)
For the first time in 2015, Southern 630 sits at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum with a fire in its firebox. The locomotive has sat almost the entire year inside the shop getting additonal st... (more)
More EMD's lead the Linwood to Chattanooga #348 into Debutts Yard as train 370 leaves and another freight comes into the yard.
A yard crew has just hopped on 322 in order to drag it in to Debutts Yard after the crew from Atlanta lawed out at Brown, just around the curve here at Citico Junction.
AGS F7, beat up and tired during its last year of service. Still looking proud and good. Railroading!
The southbound Georgia Division local starts off on its journey to Rome, GA at Debutts Yard in Chattanooga.
After a quick crew change at Lookout just on the other side of the bridge, loaded auto train Q211 rolls past the kudzu-covered vantage point on its way to Atlanta.
After making a crew swap at Webb (MP-334.6 (CP) Webb) on this extremely muggy night CT dispatcher finally give a restriction board to the empty NS 701 coal bucket to proceed off the main 2 track... (more)
As darkness falls, the action ramps up at Brown/Citico Jct. Shortly after 275 (left) had come in from the CNO&TP for a crew change, 174 (middle) starts off from its crew change to continue its run... (more)
Southern TR2B at Chattanooga, August 1973.
On this wet cold foggy evening in the city if Chattanooga, the rail traffic was heavy, as we see CSX Q133-01 (North Baltimore,OH-Jacksonville,FL) finally cutting through the East End Avenue block ... (more)
Using both leading lines and the rule of thirds, extra Atlanta to Memphis I3N crosses over the CSX.
A southbound Bellevue to Birmingham freight has a perfectly time meet with train 170-17 from Chattanooga to Columbus.
With the Beatles unit leading, an empty grain train crosses the NS just south of downtown Chattanooga.