24E receives permission into it's terminus at Inman Yard. Today it is sporting an increasingly rare 100% grey consist.
An SD60 playing in the catfish pond.
A fresh Retro-Belle leads 220 into Atlanta.
Originally the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway, aka "the Texas", it still lives on as CSX's preferred automotive routing between Louisville and St. Louis. Amazingly enough, the swing bridge... (more)
You'd better stop for trains on Owensboro's street running, as this Alton & Southern to Louisville rack train is doing the posted 25 mph. The ex-Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Rwy Co. mainline... (more)
A 6 hour late 154 made it a happy birthday for me. Only the first three units were on-line and he was making about 15mph up the grade with a heavy train. This is my eleventh Heritage capture , <... (more)
The Monongahela Heritage Unit passes some Goldenrod while coasting down the west slope of Braswell Mountain.
The Worms in Love look about as good as possible leading a freshly painted Tophat in the low light of a winter morning in Atlanta. This is my thirteenth Heritage capture on my personal quest to g... (more)
Sometimes you get lucky... the sun was still shining when this matched set of SD50s rolled north.
After getting a new crew, Linwood-Chattanooga freight 348 drags out of the newly constructed siding on the north side of the double track between Austell & Mableton.
A short freight cruises up the east side of Raccoon Mountain on a cool fall afternoon.
Q675 passes alongside Nickajack Lake on a beautiful fall evening. The sun was reflecting off the water onto the left side of the mountain.
The can opener just opened a can of whoop-ass on over the multiple grades on the Cedartown District and is now holding back the train for the descent into Bremen.
Running as designed, a high nose GP38-2 and recently renumbered B32-8 are running nose to nose under the old Southern RR cantilever signal bridge guarding the north end of the siding at Duluth. G... (more)