The signs of the time is showing as the economy is still moving at a crawl due to the Covid-19 pandemic. CSX K443-11 (Chicago,IL/CP-Lawrenceville,GA) is now under way after waiting for Q580-13 to get in the clear from the main track at Control-Point Lookout (MP-J-147.0). On today's K-train was a treat, one of the "new" credit rebuilt 8000 series AC44CWM's is leading the loaded ethanol freight south. Like I said earlier the signs of the time due to a sluggish economy, K443 will quietly run all the way south to Atlanta, GA with no meets planned. The Western & Atlantic Sub at some point in time was a busy right of way averaging a good amount of trains in a 24 hour period. With only four manifest freights, the as needed unit ethanol, and the run-through Carolina coal bucket, unit grain trains, and possibly "if we're lucky at this point" the unit vehicle trains the Subdivision has seen a drop in freight traffic. Also with the decisions being made out of Jacksonville, the Intermodal traffic has since been profile onto the S&NA North Sub (B-Line). As some of the local railfans that has spend their time on CSX in the Chattanooga area has always say this line has always been treated like the redheaded step child.