Like the former SP motor leading this Georgia Northeastern freight, the L&N Depot has a new lease on life as "Freight Kitchen and Tap".
A non-DPU train of 110 Duke Power hoppers drags out of the Etowah River Valley.
Passing over the competition, a large Georgia Northeastern freight with a colorful consist, still leaves no doubt as to the new owners.
New and old lead train 109 across the brackish waters of the St Lucie River.
Not very many places you can see a solo GP40 leading an intermodal.
Not something you see every day!
Tampa to Waycross manifest passing the classic station in Ocala.
A pair of Citirails and a CSX lead a very long Jacksonville, FL to North Baltimore, OH through Tunnel Hill.
We got lucky with the sun on this CSX freight crossing over the NS in Atlanta.
I wasn't planning to photograph trains at Disney, but couldn't pass up this iconic shot of the giant golf ball with the spring flowers and lake.
A trio of UP motors drags 90 covered hoppers of phosphate bound for interchange with Union Pacific at Chicago. Ocala has a beautifully restored station, which is also a hub for their bus service.
A shiny pair of freshly washed CREX's lead Memphis-Savannah intermodal Q125 under the Georgia RR coaling tower. E Hunter Harrison combined Q197/198 with Q125/126, re-routed them over the Georgia ... (more)
After splitting the Macon, GA block from 143 at Oakdale, TN; the 2nd and 4th units were used to take M75 south. Whatever the reason, I was happy with the NKP/NYC duo!
The farthest south I've ever shot 101.
A photo that, for me, epitomizes the Florida East Coast Railroad.