A trio of L&C GP38's switch the industrial park east of Chester.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad GP9 #1755 leads the afternoon "Dinosaur Train" through the Tuckasegee River valley near Ela, North Carolina, returning to Bryson City from Whittier.
A quartet of Blue Ridge Southern SD40-2s (in SD45 carbodies) leads a coal train west beside US highway 23, passing the Vulcan Materials quarry at Enka, North Carolina.
Chessie System GP9 #6240 brings up the rear of a Potomac Eagle excursion train (led by B&O F7 #722) south of Romney as the tracks and river venture off into "The Trough".
A pair of BC Rail CW44-9's leads NS train 177 through downtown Atlanta, enroute to Macon, GA, from Chicago.
Piedmont & Northern's handsome pair of ex-NS GP15's reflects upon themselves in a puddle at their usual resting place in Ranlo, NC.
Amtrak's phase 1 heritage scheme unit #156 leads the southbound Crescent (train #19) through Buford, Georgia, as it nears Atlanta. The statue is of Roy Rogers and his horse, "Trigger", whose sadd... (more)
FEC SD40-2s 714, 709, 720, and 710 are staged with an empty rock train on storage track #1 north of the Martin-Marietta quarry in Junction City, Georgia, as K88016 rumbles by on the mainline with ... (more)
FEC has leased out the majority of their EMD fleet to CSX, and much of those leasers have been working rock trains out of Junction City, Georgia, which makes CSX's Fitzgerald Subdivision at times ... (more)
Rudolph the red nosed Gevo leads FEC's annual "Toys For Tots" Santa special, along with one of the "pinkies". After a 30 minute stop just north of here, the train is southbound... (more)
Florida East Coast ES44C4 #808 and SD40-2 #720 shows off the "Champion" paint scheme as it glides across the San Sebastian River in St Augustine, Florida, with train 226.
Florida East Coast train 210 rolls through St Augustine, Florida, with a pair of new GE ES44C4 Gevo's leading the way (FEC 813 and 803).
Bird's-eye view of MAC's "collection".
CSX's track geometry train rolls through Junction City during the last light of day, with the new geo-train unit second-out.