The rest of the GNRR's power handling the southbound road freight and necessitated splitting up 30 loads of corn interchanged from CSX. Here the first 15 loads cross over very light COVID-19 rus... (more)
Making good time from Charleston, SC; train 237 catches the low light of a beautiful fall evening in the suburbs of Atlanta.
A short intermodal flies through Suwanee, GA. Suwanee has been a top rated town in multiple polls, the well kept grass right up to the ballast just one indicator of how things are managed.
The Savannah & Atlanta Heritage Unit leads a Charlotte to Memphis/BNSF intermodal past dimensional train 052 22 with what I believe is a Siemens steam turbine.
Ex-PRSL displays its extended cab to house the dual control stands, as Job 103 sands the rails climbing one of the many grades.
115 loads of Illinois coal head south for Seminole Electric Cooperative in Bostwick, FL; passing Heart of Worship Ministries north of Kingston.
5+ years after Patriot Rail purchased the line, a trio of GNRR painted stallions was enough to get me out of the house. The 8705 has since been moved up to the Blue Ridge Scenic passenger side of... (more)
New JB Hunt intermodal has extended the origin and 265 is now Charlotte, NC to Memphis, TN/BNSF. Southern Railroad's 'tuxedo' scheme leads the way.
A Chattanooga, TN to Greenville, SC freight crosses over Sweetwater Creek, of which the largest craft brewery in the state is named for.
95 tubes of Archer Daniels Midland white lightning snake through the Atlanta suburbs on their way to Fort Lauderdale, FL.
The Five Man Electrical Band wrote a song about this phenomenon... "Blockin' out the scenery, breakin' my mind".
Tuscan Red takes a Jacksonville to Atlanta intermodal into Inman Yard, where the entire train will be cut apart to get the blocks to their ultimate destinations via other trains.
England has the virgin queen, America has the virgin heritage.
Empty Powder River Basin coal 733 16 is at the beginning of a long trip after it's first crew change, while Mexican intermodal 24E is at the end of it's long journey from Monterrey, NL.
My coal train passing the NC&StL station in Marietta.