Three General Electric locomotives, each owned by different railroads, lead Norfolk Southern intermodal train 214 north through Greensboro, NC just after sunrise on January 4, 2018.
I've seen Q133 as long as 9100', but when it gets longer than that, they split the train in two, as they have today. Here the 6621' long second half, L133, has just passed the Stones River Cemete... (more)
A northbound CSX manifest comes into a busy Tilford Yard on a warm March afternoon. The Midtown and Downtown skylines of Atlanta are visible in the background, and are as much a reflection of comm... (more)
After waiting for a couple trains to clear the interlocking, Q637 accelerates eastbound on the former C&O, passing beneath a nice three track signal cantilever. To the left are a pair of cabooses ... (more)
Q637 ducks beneath the signal bridge at Longley, headed eastbound towards Fostoria and beyond.
Q411 pepares for departure as the conductor inspects the train. Passing westbound is a set of empty hoppers running wrong main with 3 NS units in the lead.
With a few Tropicana juice reefers ahead of the intermodal containers, Q145 splits the signals at the south end of Macon Siding after meeting Q192.
Q145 leaves the siding at Macon on its way to Montgomery