Rolling up and over a slight grade is was Norfolk Southern's send a train through the CSX controlled interlock. NS 125 (Knoxville,TN-Macon,GA) being led by a pair of D44-9W eases south toward the signal as the train is about to knock down the Control-Point (CP) Hair (MP-40.1H) through downtown Dalton, GA. Before all the recent changes with where trains were being classified at. NS 125 for the longest time was routed to the NS Brosnan classification yard just outside of Macon, GA from John Sevier Classification Yard out of Knoxville, TN. It was the only daily scheduled general manifest that ran at the particular route. It was announced at the time that Norfolk Southern was going to reduce train operation out of Sevier Yard by the second quarter of 2016 due to lower traffic volumes in that area, and to strategically plan to enhance operating efficiencies, reduce costs, drive profitability, and support long term growth.