A pair of GP38-2's bring the BN transfer around to the CSX gate just on the other side of the bridge I'm shooting from.
A CSX stack train passes the old Birmingham passenger station and downtown on its way through town.
Timing is everything as a Delta Airlines prepairs to land at Birmingham International Airport.
CSX 8576 leads auto-rack train Q220 through downtown Birmingham, Alabama on a nice Summer morning
With NS holding them up, the ATN Z390 is stopped at the 1st avenue south grade crossing as traffic along this route tries to find a way around its 92 cars which stretch longer than the road.
The lite power of AB26 with an Admiral Cab and ex-Burlington Northern tagged unit head through the signal arch at 32nd street as the remains of an afternoon thunderstorm move east.
Even though it’s still on borrowed time, the former Southern Railway cantilever signal continues to stand tall and control trains passing through the 32nd street interlocking such as this afternoo... (more)
Sitting on the shop lead track as well as obeying the sign to the left, a swooshed BNSF SD40-2 with remote control capabilities like ... (more)
A face only a mother could love - GE's high-hood U25B. Delivered in black with yellow nose chevrons. the boats were repainted into the new scheme, which left a too-big (for me, anyway) white area... (more)
Former BN GP39-2 2760 leads the BN transfer job at 32nd St in Birmingham, Alabama.
A trio of BNSF GE's leads CSX train Q184 towards Atlanta under Old Glory.
NS sisters, 6618 & 6617 are assigned to work the north yard job AB06 that interchanges with BNSF every other day.
Former N&W SD40-2 #1650 leads a north Birmingham local job under the now gone Southern searhlight signals.
Southern 630 sits silently by as a pair of Union Pacific GE's pull a loaded Yellowleaf coal train south towards Wilsonville, Alabama.
With a signal to proceed, AB62 makes its way through the various crossovers near 32nd street and onto the East End District or Passenger Main as it’s called over the radio.