The CSX Geometry Trains sits on the old engine shop lead in Manchester, Georgia, tied down for the weekend.
It's a cool evening in early 1983, as a Seaboard System crew makes a transfer run to the NS yard to return a U23B and Southern caboose. The newly organized Seaboard System Railroad already had tee... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line SD45 number 2024 leads a container train through a curve over Oxier Creek near Blair, Tennessee.
Built in 1971 for the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad, SD45 number 2024 has been restored to its former glory and is part of the operational equipment at the Southern Appalcahia Railway Museum in Oak... (more)
CSX's geometry train crosses the Chattahoochee River as they accelerate north out of West Point, Georgia, headed for Atlanta from Montgomery, along the former A&WP/WofA mainline.
At the end of the southbound portion of the "City of Grenada" excursion train, the E units were cut away from the train in front of the former Illinois Central depot and ran through the ... (more)
Sponsored by the NRHS Memphis Chapter and Iowa Pacific Holdings, the "City of Grenada" crosses the Long Creek through-truss bridge, north of Pope, Mississippi, during the first photo run... (more)
Sponsored by the NRHS Memphis Chapter and Iowa Pacific Holdings, the "City of Grenada" crosses the Little Tallahatchie River north of Batesville, Mississippi, during the Friday night pho... (more)
Norfolk and Western class J number 611 leads NS train number 957 across the Yadkin River shortly after departure from Spencer, North Carolina, on its "welcome back" excursion towards hom... (more)
PRLX 2842 is seen here at the NS diesel shop in Irondale (Birmingham), Alabama, enroute to its new assignment at Oldcastle Materials in Texas. Listed on the blue card as an SD40T-2, 2842 most rece... (more)
Iowa Pacific E9A's 100 and 101, nose-to-nose, in two different "IC" paint schemes.
From one E to another: Looking at the nose of Iowa Pacific E9A #100 through the nose of #101.
Stone Mountain Scenic Railroad FP7 #6143 leads train 100 around the world's largest single piece of exposed granite, at Stone Mountain Park near Atlanta, Georgia.
Metra's new F59PH number 97 leads a "scoot" away from the city towards the coach yard during the morning rush.
SLRG 101 appears to be leading, but is actually the rear of a train of 9 cars, with another A and B unit leading through Fox Lake, Illinois, on their way towards Middleton, Wisconsin, along the Wi... (more)