A runthrough BNSF intermodal returns to the Fairburn Intermodal Terminal after ferrying Charlotte intermodal to and from Hulsey Yard.
A pair of EMD demonstrators lead a dead in tow MP15T. With this light angle, you can clearly see the diaphanous EMD nose logo.
The former KCS 2024 leads a large intermodal over the mountainous East End District.
With 53' domestic chassis being repositioned, NS 223 is slowing down for it's destination of NS Inman Yard.
The station sign leaves no doubt of the railroad, as run-through KCS intermodal passes blooming fruit trees in Western Georgia.
22G takes the siding at Edwardsville to get run around by a much hotter 220.
The last true Conrail unit I photographed on NS. When I moved to Atlanta in 2000, there was a lot more Conrail and a lot less skyscrapers behind the Atlanta Waterworks smokestack.
Unfortunately, sun was difficult to find this day.
With 9,600 horsepower and 32 grain hoppers, a welcome weekend train on my local shortline. The leader is ex-NW 2708, exx-NKP 708. Unfortunately, the 8705 has since received a nose job.
Ermahgerd! ...Rurdrerler Hurtege!!!!!!!
The Central of Georgia Heritage leads Charlotte to Atlanta train 221, back when NS assigned ample horsepower to their intermodal trains.
By far my favorite 'official' BNSF paint scheme, leading a run-through ethanol load into Atlanta.
A freshly painted standard cab GE curves over Pumpkinvine Creek in the Piedmont of North Georgia.
The South Pierce Road Switcher returns to Mulberry from the Achan to Valrico Subs with short train of both wet and dry phosphate.
Normally the domain of 4-axle power, today's Pineda Turn has a long hood forward SD40-2 leading a healthy train of 35 empty hoppers.