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Photo ID: 746193

Jerry and Kevin grab a cut of loaded scrap gons from Progress Rails big facility in Albertville,AL utilizing an ex Canadian National GP40-2LW & ex D&RGW SD40T-2 now owned by OmniTrax's Alabama & T... (more)

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2LW
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: ATN 4291
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 24, 2020


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By: Kyle Yunker

Added: Aug 25, 2020

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Photo ID: 585305

Night Shot on the Alabama & Tennessee River RY, The crew has just tied down the train and gone home, Power is ex Nebraska, Kansas & Colorado GP50's #5102 & #5101 and GWR #5625 GP20

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD GP50
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: NKCR 5102
Train ID: ATN Local
Photo Date: August 05, 2016


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By: RailfanTerry

Added: Aug 08, 2016

Views: 1,807
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Photo ID: 503183

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2LW
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: ATN 9401
Train ID: ATN M715
Photo Date: October 21, 2014


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By: John Higginson

Added: Oct 22, 2014

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Photo ID: 463152

Omnitrax’s Alabama & Tennessee River operation recently leased GMTX GP38-2 2180 (ex-UP 1936 / EMDX 793 / CR 7993 / PC 7993), seen here leading M715 southbound into Albertville.

Railroad: GATX Rail Locomotive Group (GMTX)
Locomotive: EMD GP38-2
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: GMTX 2180
Train ID: ATN M715
Photo Date: December 16, 2013


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By: John Higginson

Added: Dec 22, 2013

Views: 2,800
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Photo ID: 349983

Having completed their chores in Guntersville, ATN's M715 switcher climbs into Albertville, where it will switch more customers before continuing on to Gadsden.

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD GP20
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: FCR 2002
Train ID: ATN M715
Photo Date: December 23, 2010


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By: John Higginson

Added: Dec 30, 2010

Views: 3,922
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Photo ID: 349708

ATN switches a grain elevator in Albertville as the sun sinks toward the horizon.

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD GP20
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: FCR 2002
Train ID: ATN M715
Photo Date: December 23, 2010


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By: John Higginson

Added: Dec 27, 2010

Views: 2,971
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Favorited: 5

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Photo ID: 139483

a rough-looking pair of former CN units work a grain elevator just off highway 431

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2LW
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: HLCX 9651
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 27, 2006


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By: John Higginson

Added: Apr 04, 2006

Views: 4,165
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Photo ID: 126608

ATN's Guntersville Turn is on its way back to Gadsden with LTEX (former SP) SD45R 7444 accompanying FCR 2002 (FCR are the reporting marks for the Atlanta area’s Fulton County Railway, another Omni... (more)

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD GP20
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: FCR 2002
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 23, 2005


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By: John Higginson

Added: Nov 27, 2005

Views: 2,722
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Photo ID: 126581

A pure SP tunnel motor and an Omnitrax GP20 switch the Sand Mountain Industrial Park; this line is the former CSX Alabama Mineral Subdivision, now leased to Omnitrax and operated as the ATN.

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD SD40T-2
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: SP 5387
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 22, 2005


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By: John Higginson

Added: Nov 27, 2005

Views: 2,577
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Photo ID: 126552

an unusual consist of an unpatched SP tunnel motor (leased by LTEX, Larry's Truck and Electric) and an Omnitrax GP20 climbs the grade up Sand Mountain with the return trip of ATN's Guntersville Tu... (more)

Railroad: Alabama & Tennessee River
Locomotive: EMD SD40T-2
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: SP 5387
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 22, 2005


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By: John Higginson

Added: Nov 27, 2005

Views: 2,953
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Photo ID: 63270

1300 gets ready to push some more loaded gondolas.

Railroad: Unknown
Locomotive: EMD SW1200
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: 1300
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May, 2004


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By: railrunner01

Added: May 26, 2004

Views: 2,311
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Photo ID: 63269

Cars waiting to be torched are stacked.

Railroad: Unknown
Locomotive: EMD SW1200
Location: Albertville, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: 1300
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May, 2004


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By: railrunner01

Added: May 26, 2004

Views: 3,615
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