A rare daylight move on the FCRD on the former Seaboard Air Line main that ran from Jacksonville, FL to Savannah, GA. Sadly the line ends now just a few short miles north of Kingsland. Here we see... (more)
A rare daylight move on the FCRD at Kingsland, GA. Now most of the traffic is storage cars for both FCRD and St Marys. This line is the former Seaboard Air Line main that ran from Jacksonville, F... (more)
The setting evening sun lights up the face of a new SD40N rebuild. The crew has taken the advantage of the snoot nose to store about a months worth of bottled water.
A visit to Iowa, the heartland of America, finds this typical mid-western scene on a beautiful summer day. Council Bluffs, IA bound freight passes an massive grain elevator in the small town of B... (more)
A evening drive past NS's yard in Jacksonville revealed the last SD60 received by Norfolk Southern some nearly 30 plus years ago now relegated to local service. It didn't seem like that long ago,... (more)
Resurrection... Roanoke built Class J 611 in her second afterlife!
After "coming down the mountain" from Asheville via the loops, 611 continues her journey eastward back to Spencer, NC.
"Time Travel... What could very well be a scene a hundred years ago in 1917 Florida, in reality is one of the last runs of the "Orange Blossom Canonball" excursions out of Mount Dor... (more)
During Ocala's Christmas Festival, Florida Central brought a locomotive into town for display. Pinsly and CSX officials hosted an Operation Lifesaver booth (tent at left).
Pinch hitting, a CSX motor is on the point of the northbound Silver Meteor, it had previously came south the day before on the southbound counterpart.
A string of 6 elderly GE locomotives receive mechanical work.
One for the birds... A southbound Acela express shoots across the Appongaug Cove in the tiny town of Warwick. This location was featured once on the cover of a national Amtrak timetable.
One for the birds... A northbound Acela express shoots across the Appongaug Cove in the tiny town of Warwick. This location was featured once on the cover of a national Amtrak timetable.