With the rail looking like this, it’s easy to see why the speed limit on this portion of the NS Cedartown District is set at a blistering 10 mph in some locations.
Looking like West Virginia or Kentucky, but actually 8 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta, GA.
A joint KCS/NS intermodal takes the siding at Temple to meet the westbound Amtrak Crescent.
Finally at the terminus point of the Cedartown District in Senoia and home to the one customer that keeps this line alive as well as zombies, G66 prepares to uncouple from its train and begin the ... (more)
High hood Tracing its origins back to the Alco RS1 and then EMD GP7 models, the high hood feature would be standard on the first hood unit locomotives built. Later designs would chop this ... (more)
A Charlotte, NC to Jacksonville, FL intermodal entertains the 2013 Railwatch crowds...
Vagrant in the Mist While NS G66 goes about putting together its train out of frame in the morning vapor, a drifter walks into the early forenoon fog unaware of the train performing work ah... (more)
The entire 4 car consist, which makes this one of the longer G66 trains, is clearly visible as the train is nearly to the destination point of Senoia and about to pass underneath the Old Georgia 1... (more)
After successfully working the Schnitzer Recycling plant, today’s Brickyard slowly reverses to the NS mainline where it will head to the Columbus yard and retrieve today’s train.
Loaded coal train, CSX N218, heads South through downtown Atlanta after just clearing 10th Street interlocking. Behind the already aging ES40DC are brand new ES44AH's 3079 and 3096.
Bay Line GP15T's 1599 and 1597 (ex Apalachicola Northern 722 and 720) are seen here working an industry along Columbus' Riverfront, on GSWR (former CSX) trackage, with a CCH crew.
Things to do in downtown Columbus: Catch a ball game at Golden Park (left), go to a concert or event at the Civic Center (white dome), ride bikes or walk on the Riverwalk (right), kayak, ski, or ... (more)
A pair of MACs handle a short 17 car autorack train through town.