NS 175 slides into downtown Macon, Georgia with a C40-9W, SD60 and WC SD45 as the morning's pigeons take flight although they're not much of a welcoming committee. (Slide Scan)
The elevated curve in Lumberton allows trains to soar around it between 40-50mph and stay level. It also makes for a neat photo op.
In the dead of night an eastbound stack train waits on the bridge for a westbound freight to clear the main into Harrisburg.
Bitter cold but brilliant day for the run to Roanoke.
It was November and the trees had just started turning. When you get this far down south, most of the trees just turn brown anyway, but a few extra colors help make this shot of a south bound man... (more)
Struggling up the Arizona Divide, a New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA stack train with a pair of dark horses, along with a BNSF GEVO, make their way to summit in no hurry as the train was doing abou... (more)
NS 538 heads eastbound toward Rockville Bridge, The signal tower @ 107 is almost ready for full replacement. 1:43pm
Eastbound Military train - the first of two that would operate on the Harrisburg Line today.
Eastbound 9326 rolls by the Juniata River today on track one. Canon 10D and 20mm lens, 1/500 second exposure, f9.5, IS0 200.