Dash 8 leads the parade with the Reading Line Heritage unit in tow down the Elkhorn Grade through its namesake.
Doublestacks roll by a still in use caboose along the Pokey near Vulcan in literally the last light of day.
Heavy duty power rolls down the Pokey by the remnants of the CWC enroute to Williamson. Note the still standing brick supports under the large rock that is still intact after what appears to have ... (more)
Dash 8 rolls by the wye at the terminus of the Gilbert Branch and Pocahontas Division on a beautiful fall afternoon at Wharncliffe.
With what appears to be a fresh coat of paint , and a bad stencil job, SD70MAC enroute to Brunswick crosses over the Altamaha River and under the still standing massive drawbridge through the rema... (more)
CSX 3006 with coal drag in tow, and adorned with the latest logo, has just begun its journey through the Nolichucky Gorge. Located on the North Carolina/Tennessee border, the Nolichucky (and also ... (more)
Coal rolls over one of the most dangerous crossings in Southern WVA as it exits Tunnel 3 east bound on the Kenova Division.
Local led by FEC 438 rolls through downtown Jacksonville enroute to Bowden Yard across the St. Johns River.
CSX rolls some coal south under the NS Brunswick line.
Clinchfield isn't all coal, as seen here rolling down the Blue Ridge Mountains over the Nolichucky River on a hot summer afternoon through the friendly little community of Unaka Springs.
Completed in December 2010, this Progress Rail PR43C still has that showroom shine as it sits in a siding in downtown Jesup, just down the road from the Progress Locomotive Shop in Patterson where... (more)
SD40-2 leads an eclectic lashup with wood hoppers in tow through downtown Jesup GA.
New Kid In Town? Spotted several weeks ago, 1st chance I've been able to get by in decent light. Nifty newer paint job really makes this ole B23 pop.
NKP 765 picks up a little "steam" on the return trip from Ought One, enroute to Williamson to do it all over again.
NKP 765, with the Employee Appreciation Train in tow, backs up on the very tight curve known as Ought One.