After receiving a signal at Cohutta, GA (MP-27.0H CP-Cohutta) the picture prefect double stack train NS 264 (Memphis,TN/BNSF-Atlanta,GA) eases down the hill, and make it's way south down the doubl... (more)
Norfolk Southern intermodal train 264 moves east as it passes underneath the overpasses of Interstate 565 in Huntsville, AL.
NS 264 (Memphis,TN/BNSF-Atlanta,GA) slowly make the descend down grade on the outskirts of Cohutta, GA is it slowly make it's way south for Inman Yard in Atlanta, GA. The train is rolling on an ad... (more)
A train arriving at Gest St. meets a 264 RoadRailer departing in the opposite direction. The southbound's conductor has off-boarded, and is the man on the ground stepping into view just now.
A night settles over Cincinnati, an NS 264 RoadRailer departs Gest. St. Yard.
Stretching all the way back to the Ohio River, an NS 264 RoadRailer crawls toward the north yard as it departs Cincinnati at dusk.
A pair of BNSF ES44C4's bring NS train #264 past the junction at Green on the north Georgia portion of its cross country trip from Los Angeles,CA to Atlanta,GA.
NS 264 rolls under the Southern searchlight bridges in Wilmore under a gloomy morning sky.
NS 264 rounds the curve towards Bridge heading up the Atlanta North District.
Off To The Races or Heritage on Heritage? The Southern Railway heritage ES44AC leads Triple Crown train 264 north through Varnell, GA at sunrise. Before arriving in Chattanooga, it would me... (more)
A northbound roadrailer flies over New River on this cold winter day.
The northbound Roadrailer rips through the small community of Helenwood, situated along the busy CNO&TP 3rd District.
The northbound Triple Crown Roadrailer--129 trailers strong this morning--makes a pretty sight coming off the single track segment from Whitley to Cumberland Falls.
Roadrailer train 264 slows for the CSX diamond at North Findlay.
Sailing above a sea of corn, eastbound 264 climbs one of the many small grades on the Detroit District. Between Detroit and Butler, the former Wabash mainline is quite the "roller coaster."