Passing Peerless Mills. It's Sunday morning, and the traffic is light on the normally busy McFarland Avenue in Rossville, GA, as TVRM's Summerville Doubleheader passes through the wide, ung... (more)
Green Means Go!: As NS 191 approaches the intersection of Sixth Street and Broad Street, the traffic signal changes to green as if it were in perfect unison for the approaching train. ... (more)
Grinstein Green comes to Augusta: An image rarely seen in these parts came alive today as a crème n' green ex BNSF SD70MAC rolls into Georgia. This is one of 14 PRLX SD70MAC's that NS ... (more)
A brief pause in the rain. A soaking rain lets up just long enough to let me get out of my car and shoot one of the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's Summerville Doubleheaders, with SOU 63... (more)
A better day to ride than chase. There are some days when I think I should probably have my head examined for flying all the way from Boston to Atlanta to chase a train. This happened to ... (more)
CSX GP15-1 #1541 rests on the house track at Calhoun, Georgia. It was rare at the time to catch one of these assigned to the A711 local.
The New York Central is Honoring Our Veterans on this excellent Macon, GA-Birmingham, AL manifest, curving through the goldenrod near the Alabama border.
A study in stadiums. Running with an odd symbol, 76Z passes the nearly completed Mercedes-Benz Stadium to the left, while the retired Georgia Dome sits derelict in the background, it's demolition... (more)
With most of the train shaded by a cloudy, sometimes the railfan gods show mercy.
A special train from Universal Alloy Corporation blocks evening commuters as it comes into the yard at Elizabeth.
The CNJ Heritage rolls through Austell, slowing to make a pickup at Whitaker Intermodal Terminal.
NS SD40-2 #6083 leads northbound Norfolk Southern manifest train #370 through the Little Road grade crossing just north of CP "Talley", milepost 57 of NS's Atlanta North District, approx... (more)
While I wish it was still in Illinois Central Paint, IC 1002 was still a welcome visitor with 57 loaded racks on the drawbar.
With limestone from Luttrell, TN; train 68X snakes through King Plow on it's way for the flue scrubbers at Georgia Power's R.W. Scherer Plant in Juliette, GA.
An ECO/Road Slug set take 45 autoracks from Inman Yard to Hapeville, GA for unloading. The building to the right is being rebuilt, after sitting derelict for over 20 years.