Downtown sound was getting claim and quite as the Saturday evening hours progress, til NS 288 (Atlanta, GA-Detroit, MI) high tail north bound under the Hair signal with a pair of fairly new BNSF E... (more)
Well even new and up to date motors can break down. CSX 3120 and CSX 285 both sit at the Middle Dalton holdout waiting for CSX X785-07 to arrive and pick them up. Apparently the both unit was havi... (more)
In the mist of the heavy evening traffic from both CSX and NS through the Dalton thoroughfare, CSX Q675-09 (Hamlet,NC- Nashville,TN) slowly works its way north after receiving an approach signal t... (more)
NS 44A heads south through Dalton with a SD60E at the lead.
A deadhead OCS move splits the Southern Railway signals at Norton, just to the north of Dalton, GA. As evidenced by the modern Safetran hood signals, this set will soon fall victim to progress, th... (more)
NS 796 approaches the diamond at Dalton, GA as it crosses the CSX Western & Atlantic Subdivision. Nice to finally see this unit in Daylight!
NS 729 pulls North towards Chattanooga, TN on the NS Atlanta North District after meeting a local with a HighHood GP38-2.
NS manifest #347 catches some of the last rays of the day while CSX autorack train Q210 slowly creeps by waiting for #347 to clear the diamond
NS 72Z ducks under the signal bridge at CP Phelps with a long string of loaded coal hoppers bound for Savannah
Southbound auto rack train passing the restored Southern Railway freight depot in background
A somewhat rare duo of NS C40-8's power an empty autorack train past the Dalton depot
N&W #611 and #1218 doubleheading to Atlanta from Chattanooga. Photo credit to my father Don Yunker.
The Conrail heritage unit brings up the markers on empty coal train 793 at Dalton. CSX has new SafeTran hooded signals in place to replace the current color lights on the W&A Subdivision.
The Conrail heritage unit brings up the markers on empty coal train 793 at Dalton.
The ex-Southern signals at Norton Holdout have since been replaced with hooded "Darth Vaders" but the Virginian Heritage Unit is still going strong. This is my third Heritage capture, more)