Sunlight pours into the cab of former Southern Railway 2-8-2 No. 4501 as it emerges from the east portal of the tunnel while pulling the 1:15 Missionary Ridge Local back to Grand Junction.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 2-8-0 No. 1702 leads the westbound leg of the Tuckasegee River Excursion through the Thomas Valley as the Blue Ridge Mountains stand tall in the distance.
GSMR No. 1702 on the west end of the "Tuck Train" is pulled into Dillsboro for a layover before leading the westbound run back to Bryson.
One of the seven active SD90MACs (as of this posting) acquired from CitiGroup, former A&O and now NS No. 7335 leads 154 through northeast Georgia countryside lush with growth from all the recent r... (more)
Commerce to Atlanta train P11 splits the classic downtown shops of Commerce, GA on a beautiful July evening. A D9-44CW and SD60M running long hood forward are quite a change from the days of four-... (more)
NS 119 accelerates away from Lula after holding for a late Amtrak 19 and 212, seen racing into town behind a SD70ACe.
Stone Mountain Railroad FP7 No. 6147, in its Central of Georgia inspired livery, hauls the day's final train around the namesake mountain on a chilly November night.
The Stone Mountain Scenic Railroad's former Southern Railway FP7 carries another load of passengers through some beautiful fall foliage around the Rock.
After being delayed for an hour north of Tate, the Whitestone job continues towards Jasper and beyond with its vintage EMD motors navigating over the winding north Georgia terrain.
PNFF-12 with its duo of SD50s exits the west portal of the Tamaqua Tunnel with a nice coating of snow covering the landscape.
With all three of the day's excursions in the books, No. 90 is guided to the shop for the evening old an unseasonably cold March day.
The first Summerville Steam Special of 2017 exits the west end of the Missionary Ridge Tunnel on a cool March morning.
Southern Railway mikado No. 4501 sounds for the crossing at likely the most photographed location along the C&C's former Central of Georgia route.
Under a pristine blue sky, former CITX SD9043MAC No. 7331 leads 221 through Buford as the train hustles past the bronze statue of Roy Rogers and his palomino horse, Trigger.
A later than usual Whitestone turn passes under the beautiful wooden bridge in downtown Jasper with GP10 No. 7562, GP9 No. 6576, and three empty hoppers. With the arrival of newer Patriot Rail loc... (more)