With a fresh crew, the first 32 empty CSX hoppers head back to the interchange at Elizabeth, GA.
The Training First Responders train is definitely striking compared to your average NS freight.
A typical NS freight passes the impressive and well maintained station in Hattiesburg. A regional center, the station was constructed for the NO&NE in 1910 and has been in continous operation sin... (more)
In 16 years living in Atlanta, this is the first time I've ever seen a train take the wye at the slide. The train is passing through a tunnel under NS and CSX tracks to the left and curving aroun... (more)
The Virginian Heritage Unit passes the FreeWill Pentecostal Church, where "God wants full custody, not weekend visits".
A colorful, oddball locomotive model leads hot Harrisburg-Atlanta train 203 through an apple orchard in Northeast Georgia.
A New Orleans to Birmingham Manifest skirts the Alabama River in downtown Montgomery.
With 132 cars and all four motors on-line, 153 cruises into the siding at Bremen after convincing the dispatcher they could beat Amtrak. Amtrak called an approach and then immediately upgraded to... (more)
A nice birthday present, the Training First Responders unit and train roll past the Southeastern Railway Museum trackage in Duluth.
A long and well powered Chicago-Jacksonville intermodal passes through the new signals at Church Street.
A 147 car Birmingham, AL to Avon, IN freight slogs over the Cumberland River at 10mph.
Her days in coal service long gone, this AC4400CW is still making a living hauling Nissan automobiles from Smyrna, TN back to home rails in Memphis, TN.
A long Q532 carrying BNSF & CN blocks from Memphis drags through the Gulch, passing a kitschy antique shop and tied down G44120.
A freshly painted leader compliments the fall colors, crossing the Cumberland River and shortly entering Radnor Yard.
Still sporting the wider nose stripes of it's TFM heritage, a KCS de Mexico heads joint KCS/NS train 220 putting it's train away in the Rail-Highway tracks. To the right is a TMX container, which... (more)