Extra train I20 is a seemingly regular Tuesday train, with only a single Dallas-Atlanta intermodal. I20 is 100% Mexico intermodal headed for Atlanta, Charlotte & Greencastle as part of the new KC... (more)
A weathered station sign places this train on NS, near the end of it's Long Beach to Atlanta trip in 1x1 configuration.
An empty Georgia Power coal train, with runthrough BNSF power, passes the yet untouched interlocking representing both major Southern RR signal bridge designs.
Train 117-16 navigates into the Arrival Yard with a colorful consist. Behind it are some tank shells en route to final assembly and train 142-17 departing the yard.
A late Memphis-Harrisburg intermodal passes the changing interlocking at Spell. The unique tubular cantilever has already been deactivated but the older mast signal still remains in service for t... (more)
The new bracketing the old, both in locomotive model and paint scheme. I can't get enough of either paint scheme.
Not something you see anymore, an SD40 leads solid multi-levels of Mercedes-Benz autos to Brunswick, GA for export. With the huge growth in automotive assembly plants in the South, Brunswick has ... (more)
NS has shifted their trackwork to the warmer areas of the country, as evidenced by the hi-rail capable backhoe. Luckily there was no maintenance on Saturday as 220 was 2nd in a parade of 4 interm... (more)
The DL&W Heritage Unit passes under Atlanta's "Midtown" skyline, which included from left to right the AT&T, Bank of America & Coca-Cola buildings. This location is known locally as "Coca-Cola Cu... (more)
A large (for Thanksgiving Weekend) 212 passes the old and new signals at NS Keowee.
24E receives permission into it's terminus at Inman Yard. Today it is sporting an increasingly rare 100% grey consist.
An SD60 playing in the catfish pond.
A fresh Retro-Belle leads 220 into Atlanta.
Through intermodal 285 heads into town for a crew change, passing 24E-23 waiting for room at Inman Yard.
Originally the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway, aka "the Texas", it still lives on as CSX's preferred automotive routing between Louisville and St. Louis. Amazingly enough, the swing bridge... (more)