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.
The early morning Q611 freight train descends Notasulga Hill with a pair of EMD locomotives up front showing off the visual differences between the new boxcar logo and the former CSX paint scheme ... (more)
Built in 1952 for the Pennsylvanian Railroad, this veteran E8 will soon attract customers again as it’s slated to become one of the central attractions at the renovated Grants Mill Station shoppin... (more)
While the dominance of 40’ boxcars came to an end during the 1950s with the creation of the standard 50’ boxcar for general merchandise traffic, some 40 footers like this beauty from the American ... (more)
The Southern coach 1076 will soon find itself carrying passengers again although this time in the form of shoppers of the Grants Mill Station shopping mall. This car is part of a train set that w... (more)
Even with its wings clipped, Q612's SD70M leader still manages to grind up the final part of this subdivision's ruling grade and brings its train into Loachapoka while passing road resurfacing equ... (more)
The solitary Bay Line 2015, formerly known as Bay Line 509, is all that's needed to run today's Brickyard job as the little Geep heads into another one of the numerous customers located along the ... (more)
Another train load of automobiles built at the nearby Kia Assembly plant make their journey to Birmingham via Montgomery as they pass the open spaces of rural Cusseta, Alabama.
Q685 makes good time south towards Montgomery as it leans into a curve just north of the Calera yard with a 55 car long train all the while being conducted over by an Alumni from the nearby Calera... (more)
As they continue to switch cars, the BAYL 2015 is seen at the most eastern terminus point of the CCH yard while it goes about running around its train.
With an approach light at control point 2nd Avenue, the Brickyard Turn slowly advances to the next traffic signal while looking out for motorist and jaywalkers ahead.
Homemade Designed and built by the quality UP Employees at the railroad's DeSoto Shops in Missouri, the UP AutoFlex holds 15 patents and is the only auto rack that can be adjusted to the c... (more)
The KCS special from Dallas, NS 220 stack train, has just dropped off half of its train at the Atlanta intermodal ramp and now shoves the rest of it into the former Inman classification yard while... (more)