The Gainesville bound grain train passes over a fill at the river holdout, while a field of prime Georgia kudzu shines in the hot Georgia sun.
The loaded CSX phosphate train roars Northbound through the early morning darkness with a BNSF GE sporting the classic Warbonnet paint scheme.
The Detroit bound string of autoracks glide down the mountain grade with the Penn Central heritage unit leading the charge North.
The empty grain train flies down the Braswell Mountain grade, heading North with one of the special paint schemed rebuilt DC to AC units leading the run.
A pair of BNSF engines lead the loaded Norfolk Southern Coal Train up the Braswell Mountain grade shortly after sunrise. Thanks to a tree clearing operation the railroad is currently undertaking, ... (more)
The Macon bound manifest motors Southbound along the siding over the locally well known "mad man's" crossing with a nice standard cab visitor leading the run on a beautiful Fall afternoo... (more)
The bright blue ET44AC unit shines brightly, as it leads the Westover, GA bound ethanol train up the mountain grade heading South.
After waiting nearly 8 hours for it to arrive, the Doraville bound ethanol train finally crawls through downtown Cartersville, GA at 2:40am with a worn EX-SOO Line SD60 running proudly out front.
A couple of now long gone units lead the Southbound manifest by the western art museum in Cartersville, GA on bright winter day in Dixie.
The long manifest slithers through the C-Line Junction with a big 80MAC paving the way South.
A solo standard cab SD70 powers a loaded rail train through the thick North Georgia woods, as the train works to drop replacement rail in spots along the line.
After delivering it's load of ethanol to the plant in Florida, the Illinois bound ethanol train motors across the Etowah River with a pair of Norfolk Southern horses providing the power for it's c... (more)
A pair of Kansas City Southern units surround the company power on this Southbound manifest bound for Macon, GA.
A standard cab C40-8 leads the string of empty ethanol tank cars, as they slither up the grade through one of many S curves on the old Western & Atlantic Sub.