A pair of Rodent-Toasters on NS 276-16, blocking my shot of the retro coal train. This is one of the few times I was not happy to see a matched set of CP power in the south.
Who says our immigration program is broken?
A repainted AC4400CW leads a rack train through the Piedmont of Northern Georgia.
With the skies clearing, a late 172 running at the perfect time and my Wife out for a run; I loaded up my 3 year old daughter and 1 year old son for a choo-choo adventure. A good time was had by ... (more)
An unexpected matched set of grey AC4400CWs pilots the run-through Dallas-Atlanta intermodal train, only a few miles from destination. In this age of information, it is still nice to be surprised... (more)
Not your average coal train power in 2014... an SD60 & SD70 pull this coal empty north from Atlanta, GA.
A blossoming Callery Pear Tree compliments the colorful locomotive consist running past the newly installed street lamps in downtown Smyrna.
A run-through BNSF leaser brightens up Georgia Power Plant R.W. Scherer coal loads.
A Tophat leads a Roadrailer through the 'fuzzy' looking trees of a Georgia Spring.
A power set that took me back to the early 2000's on this Georgia Power coal train. Another Grinstein Green SD70MAC was the DPU!
Train 213 departs Greenville with a fresh crew, passing under the newly installed, PTC compliant signals at South Greenville. At least they left the Southern style station sign.
The Southern Heritage Unit passes under the wooden bridge east of Central, SC. This is my fifteenth Heritage capture, Railroad: Norfolk SouthernLocomotive: GE ES44ACLocation: Central, South Carolina, USALocomotive #: NS 8099Train ID: NS 213-11Photo Date: April 12, 2014
An unexpected high hood kicks up some powder as it leads transfer P76 into Industry Yard while a couple of MARTA light rail trains pass by.
The remnants of the Atlanta Snowpocalypse linger on the ground, while a train resumes it's journey from Macon, GA to Elkhart, IN and will hopefully make better progress than the ~100 miles in the ... (more)
NS 226 with UP runthrough power meets empty autorack train 25G-20. While only 30 miles west of Atlanta, there is no doubt that we are in the foothills of the Appalachians.