Amtrak's Phase I "bloody nose" heritage unit leads the southbound Crescent through Austell on a crisp November morning.
Running parallel to the street, NS No. 8835 with a Union Pacific unit, makes its presence known by the loud pitch of the air horn as it enters the city of Austell with a consist of autoracks.
By far my favorite 'official' BNSF paint scheme, leading a run-through ethanol load into Atlanta.
After a quick return on NS 210 this morning, I checked the computer to see if these two had got assigned and mainframe showed them on 216. Thankfully with light traffic and 216 being held up at Co... (more)
Catching the Veteran's unit leading *on* Veteran's day is somewhat akin to catching a Heritage Locomotive on home railroad trackage!
Veteran's unit leading a Jacksonville to Chicago intermodal on the 3rd of July.
A Whitaker to Inman Yard intermodal transfer crosses over at Austell with appropriately oriented motors.
The "bar code" backs onto it's train after setting off Atlantas.
For whatever reason, I've always dug second hand power. Power hungry NS did the bare minimum to get this unit in service, in this case hauling a hot UPS intermodal.
Chicago to Atlanta 215 makes a setoff and pickup at Whitaker Yard, while work progresses adding additional ramp tracks.
On a hot muggy evening NS 22G (Long Beach, CA (UP)- Atlanta, GA) wait patently in Austell (M.P. 650.0 CP-Austell) for the Atlanta North-End could open a window for this hot pig train to make the m... (more)
A light engine move heads south in order to pick up a cut of cars off 22G.
Leading a relatively new Conway, PA-Birmingham, AL train routed via Columbus, Bluefield, Roanoke, Linwood, & Atlanta. A former UP engine still sporting the "We Will Deliver" slogan, lea... (more)