BNSF Auto Train V-BIRWEL1 heads north as they pass through Carbon Hill, AL.
Q-ATGLAC highballs through Carbon Hill, Al.
The silence of a Sunday afternoon is shattered as an empty Palos coal train blasts through downtown Carbon Hill, along the former Frisco in west Alabama. The parked covered hoppers at right appear... (more)
northbound unit grain train
An empty Palos coal train accelerates through Carbon Hill.
A northbound empty Palos coal train (most likely E-PAMNAM) is into the first miles of its journey back towards the Powder River Basin in Wyoming.
An empty iron ore train climbs through Carbon Hill. The weed-covered tracks in the foreground indicate that Carbon Hill was probably a much busier place in the past.
A southbound intermodal train travels through a pastoral scene as it heads for Birmingham. This line was once a part of the Frisco and today represents the easternmost extent of the BNSF system.
local on the BNSF Birmingham Sub prepares to switch at Carbon Hill; notice the wheelbarrow up front
BNSF Southbound Coal Train C- NAMPAM DPU Power at Carbon Hill, Al. on BNSF'S Birmingham Sub
BNSF Southbound Freight Train at Carbon Hill, Al. on BNSF'S Birmingham Sub with a Warbonnet C40-8W leading a BN B30-7 & an SD40-2
BNSF southbound coal train at Carbon Hill, AL, on BNSF's Birmingham Sub with a trio of SD70MACs for power in the Executive paint scheme.