Coal empties from Cross, SC roll south through Statham in the late afternoon hours.
A lengthy auto train from Cayce, SC blasts south along Old Atlanta Highway. Normally 210 makes a large pickup at TDSI in Lawrenceville, but CSX ran a Q242 the previous night in order to avoid a ma... (more)
A decent-sized manifest out of Tilford Yard in Atlanta heads north through the small northeast Georgia town of Statham.
A trio of big GE's lead an empty grain train from Comer, GA south down the Abbeville Sub.
Hotshot intermodal #282 is led by one of NS's SD90Mac's purchased from UP. Over half of these units are stored currently, and many have been rebuilt or sent for rebuilding into the SD70ACU program... (more)
A nice little find: This RJ Corman RP20BD is currently being used by the always active Graphic Packaging located in south Macon.
G08's crew has taken over for G10 as it backs a small cut of rock down one of the many receiving tracks at Brosnan Yard. I can't get enough of the standard cab 60's.
Three standard cab SD60's are pictured in this scene at South Brosnan Yard. It was once common to see 60's on a daily basis, but with recent storage and the 60E rebuild program, only small handful... (more)
After interchanging with the Cater Parrot RR in Machen, GA, G07 nears the end of its southward journey in Macon. The LHF SD60 was just one of several standard cab SD60's seen working around Macon ... (more)
NS #175 sports a colorful leader as it only about 3/4 of a mile from its terminating point of Brosnan Yard in Macon, GA.
The former SOO Line SD60 and its two counterparts are pulling hard to get the short but heavy train up to track speed.
321 continues its southward journey on the old GS&F as it prepares to cross Industrial Park Drive near Walden in Macon, GA.
A trio of SD60 variants lead southbound loaded rock local G10 by Macon Junction. The train came off the Madison District from Postell, GA, and then got on the Savannah District to come into Macon.... (more)
A long and heavy southbound manifest drops downgrade off Raccoon Mountain as it heads for a crew change a few miles down the line.
Coal empties crest one of a number of grades on the Abbeville Sub at Colbert, GA. This train came from Cross, SC, and has a mid-train DPU 66 cars back in the consist.