Belles of Bremen A now rare KCS powered 220 prepares to slam the diamonds in the town of Bremen, GA, well advertised by the building to the right. The train, which is on the East end (Atla... (more)
Another late NS train 220 is seen at 09:52 as it rumbles through down town Tallapoosa Ga. and past the control point of Tallapoosa, the west end of the siding with a KCS SD70ACe and TFM SD70MAC fo... (more)
A late running NS train 220 rumbles though the S curves just west of Douglasville Ga. at 09:37 with a TFM SD70MAC leading. The trailing NS CW40-9 had a failure enroute while on KCS and the TFM 165... (more)
A astoundingly late NS 220 rolls across the Chattahoochee River bridge close to sunset with a rare TFM leader. The hot train is normally due into Atlanta in the morning hours and is running over 8... (more)
Alabama Division train 220 is seen at 09:54 in the procsess of crossing the Chattahoochee River bridge on the number one main while maiking it's last strides towards Inman Yard.
NS train 220 has reached it's final destination of Norfolk Southern's Inman Yard in Atlanta, Georgia after the trip from Dallas, Texas via the KCS. Here it's seen from the Marietta Rd over pass at... (more)
KCS motors lead train NS 220 on its final leg into Atlanta, traversing the photogenic s-curve at Douglasville, GA.
A KCS Grey SD70ACe and a Southern Belle GEVO leads NS 220 past Parrott Ave. Note the new signal bridge tower, just installed this week in preparation for the new third main.
A colorful assortment of BNSF power leads NS train 220 towards Atlanta.
Eastbound priority train 220 races past the ex-Southern signals at Cook Spring.
NS 220 arrives in Atlanta while empty coal hopper train 737 departs for Wyoming's Powder River Basin with a BNSF executive mac in DPU service.
NS 220 has taken the siding for two westbounds. The conductor has left the front door open between performing his ground inspections of the passing trains.
Three BNSF units lead NS train 220 east through Hooper. The head end of the train is in Georgia while the rear is still in Alabama. Lead unit BNSF 7309 was rebuilt from a CN unit. It features C... (more)