NS Dash 8-40CW #8443 rolls by Southern caboose X2683 on display at Cornelia, GA with train 173GP19 11/19/17.
Holiday decorations are up on the former Southern depot at Cornelia, GA as NS train 153GP18 rolls by behind UP SD70ACe #4489. The depot also served the Tallulah Falls Railroad at one time.
Having successfully made the 17 mile climb over the mountain, 221 accelerates past Cornelia as the rain begins to pick up again.
Ex CIT SD9043MAC, now NS 7331, finds its way on to the point of Birmingham bound manifest 153 as they pass through my favorite town on the Greenville District, Cornelia, Georgia after meeting thei... (more)
After meeting counterpart 154 at Mount Airy, train 153 is back underway as it passes the Southern Railway painted caboose in beautiful downtown Cornelia as the heavy cloud cover starts to roll in.
Norfolk Southern intermodal train 212 darts through the humble mountain town of Cornelia on a warm September morning, while a vintage Southern milepost marker states the remaining mileage for the ... (more)
Tallulah Falls Railroad X-5 in Cornelia, Georgia in 1957. TF X-5 was built in 1900 for the Central of Georgia Railroad and was sold to the Tallulah Falls in the 1930's. X-5 served the Tallulah Fal... (more)
Tallulah Falls Railroad's Edwards motor car after being downgraded to MOW service. This car ran until 1954 as doodlebug No. 203; it was later converted to MOW car B-23 in 1955. This car was built ... (more)
Running engines light northward, 52G has left it's train on main #2 behind me. The train is for Fieldale Farms in Baldwin, only a couple miles to the south. The track there requires loaded unit tr... (more)
After tackling the grade over the mountain, 153 begins to gain some speed as they pass the nicely kept Southern Railway depot and former N&W caboose uniquely lettered for the hometown railroad.
NS 153 calls out an approach diverging in Cornelia as they continue their trip Southward to Inman yard in Atlanta, GA .
NS 203 calls out an approach diverging signal in Cornelia as they prepare to diverge clear into track 1 at cp Baldwin.
One of two Union Pacific units used to carry the torch for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, SD70M No. 2001 passes through the classic Southern town of Cornelia while leading a Norfolk S... (more)
NS P90 creates a nice cool, diesel infused breeze to go along with the creosote treated crossties as they highball through Cornelia, GA on the main track.
After meeting 290 at Mt. Airy, Amtrak 19 coming through Cornelia, GA with the 145 (Phase III) heritage unit leading the Crescent to Atlanta, GA, and then towards New Orleans, LA.