A Cincinnati bound freight train glides over the Etowah River on a mild afternoon in Dixie.
A loaded grain train powers Southbound on a mild spring GA morning.
A standard cab SD60 leads the Southbound intermodals charge up the Braswell Mountain grade on a hot afternoon in Dixie.
A trio of Norfolk Southern GE horses pull a string of empty gypsum cars out from GA Power's Plant Bowen (seen in the background) and head for the CSX W&A mainline to continue their trip North.
After dropping its load of gypsum at GA Power's Plant Bowen in Stilesboro, a trio of Norfolk Southern GE's power the string of empty hoppers Northbound over the old Western & Atlantic road bed.
A trio of light EMD engines fly through the quiet hamlet of Rydal with a short local freight train bound for Wyvern yard in Cartersville.
A pair of CREX engines, along with a UP GE bring a loaded coal train Southbound on the Etowah Sub bound for the GA Power Plant in Stilesboro.
The Savannah & Atlanta heritage unit pulls DPU duty on an empty coal drag heading back to the mine for more black diamonds.
With the tracks at GA Power's Plant Bowen all filled up, the loaded coal drag is forced to move down to the siding track at Emerson, where it will sit over 24 hours until some track space is freed... (more)
After dropping it's load of coal at GA Power's Plant Bowen in Stilesboro, the empty coal drag powers Northbound over the old Western & Atlantic tracks on it's way back to the mine in Indiana.
After a brief stop at Emerson, the Nashville bound freight powers Northbound over the Etowah River at the end of what's been a busy day on the W&A sub.
A Canadian visitor helps the company power to pull a string of empty ethanol tanker cars Northbound on a muggy 4th of July day in Dixie.
After dumping its load of coal at GA Power's Plant Bowen, the empty coal drag speeds its way Northbound over the old Western & Atlantic road bed bound for the mine in Indiana.
A Cincinnati bound freight motors across the Etowah River on a mild Spring day in Dixie.
A Nashville bound freight train sits waiting on the mainline for a local job to clear up at the yard a few miles ahead in Cartersville, as the evening sun begins to fade away.