A TECO Streetcar operated by Miss Connie, arrives at the end of the new extension of the TECO system. A new line was built into dowtown from the Convention Center. This extension opened in May of ... (more)
A TECO Streetcar rolls out of downtown Tampa on the new Whiting Street extentsion of the system that was opened in May 2011. The trolleys run each day 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM (2:00 AM Fri and Sat nigh... (more)
Miss Connie changes ends on the new extension of the TECO Streetcar line. The new extension opened in May of 2011 and extended the line 1/4 mile into dowtown Tampa from the convention center. Conn... (more)
The one and only SD19-1 currently calls Hutchins Texas home and has been here since early summer of 2008. It is much like a model railroader's kit bash. It was built in April 1956 as a Southern Pa... (more)
Georgia Pacific's large mill in Palatka was once switched by CSX and or NS. Over the years the NS line from the west was abandoned (in 1989) and CSX has scaled back. Now Georgia Pacific maintains ... (more)
(2) SD70 Macs lead an eastbound over the Kessler bridge on the Magnolia Cutoff
Conrad Yelvington crew take a breif break between work assignments
In L&N paint for the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum in Oak Ridge Tennessee L&N 1315 is on its way back from working the NS interchange at Blair
It's just past midnight as 550 sits on the Coal River Bridge awaiting a fresh crew.
NS 9067 sits in Dickinson Yard with four cars of the Barnum Bailey and Ringling Bros. blue train. The rest of the train is split between three other track in the yard, waiting to be taken the few... (more)
Special thanks to Gerald Altizer for making this & his WM dream come true for railfans & the Georges Creek Railway
CSX 863 exits St. Albans Tunnel headed to coal fields in southern WV.
CSX 5288, 4798 and 220 are bringing a coal drag off the Coal River Sub, west through St. Albans crossing Coal River.
CSX 590 and mate head east through St. Albans with a coal train.
CSX 56 crosses New River entering Thurmond from the Loup Creek Branch.