It was actually a nice day to go out and shoot, especially for it being September in Mississippi. I drove out to Byhalia to see this NB oil train sitting on the main waiting on a green signal to ... (more)
BNSF 7257 charges south through the outskirts of Byhalia, MS with QLACATG bound for Atlanta. I-78 which runs Memphis to Atlanta can be seen with its competing truck traffic on the left.
No longer in warbonnet colors, BNSF 543 sits in the Byhalia siding waiting for a new crew to take it into Tennessee Yard in Memphis, TN.
On a beautiful spring day, BNSF 5918 charges through the small town of Byhalia, Mississippi.
After suffering from mechanical problems, BNSF 9144 has stopped just east of Byhalia, Mississippi while the crew waits for new power to be sent out of Tennessee Yard in Memphis.
A southbound BNSF Railway intermodal approaches Rabbit Ridge Road in Byhalia, Mississippi, on the Birmingham Sub.
BNSF 9191 leads a loaded Miller Power Plant coal train, bound for Jefferson County, Alabama, south through Byhalia, Mississippi, on the BNSF Birmingham Sub.
BNSF QATGLAC charges through Byhalia, MS.
BNSF Office Car Special heads for Atlanta and the Super Bowl to entertain BNSF executives & VIP's as it rolls over the Coldwater River on the Birmingham Sub.
A northbound mixed freight, led by BNSF 2580 on the BNSF Birmingham Sub in Byhalia, Mississippi, has a green signal to continue the train into Memphis.
BNSF 7313 leads an southbound load of autoracks through Byhalia, MS.
BNSF 9967 brings up the rear of an southbound coal train as it flies through east Byhalia.
BNSF 9156 leads a northbound coal train through Byhalia, MS along MS-178 on the BNSF Birmingham Subdivision.
This chemical train came through Byhalia rocking pretty hard.
A southbound stack train crosses into Marshall County, Mississippi from Desoto County on the Birmingham Subdivision at Byhalia.