Q619 slowly pulls onto the siding at Mt. Meigs with its 109 freight cars in tow as it meets empty aggregate hoppers of K792. Once it's through the siding, the train will soon be in Montgomery whe... (more)
Q145 continues to sit in the siding at Mt. Meigs as it meets the second of two north bounds, Q227 has already passed it by and now R678 is rolling through. An interesting sight to see is a block ... (more)
Former L&N 8086 - in the siding at Mt. Meigs.
CSX Q144 is not far out of Chester Yard in Montgomery as it heads north through Mt. Meigs on the former Western Railway of Alabama. You could really see some great consists running up and down the... (more)
A phase II SD70M leads the DPU-less Q602 through Mt. Meigs as it meets Q619 on the left and tucks in behind A746 ahead.
An 25 car long A746 has just gotten out of Montgomery and comes into the Mt. Meigs siding to meet two southbounds on a hot August morning.
Q611 rushes past the last siding until Chester yard with one of the original SD70MACs ordered by CSX (not ex-Conrail) in the lead. In a few miles this train will enter its terminus point of more)
A747 and Q601 wait patiently on the siding at Mt. Meigs as Q612, the second of three north bound trains, passes at track speed on the main.
A unit train of empty molten sulfur tank cars has just rolled onto the Mt. Meigs siding to meet three northbounds (Q606, Q192 and Q612) before it can head into Montgomery.
On only its forth day running on the A&WP/WofA, Q602 is seen meeting Q145 at Mt. Meigs siding.
An empty grain train, in very sub par light heads north while passing the signals at Mt. Meigs siding.
After going on the law, W001 pauses for some shots while a thunderstorm brews in the background.
The crew of A746 gives a friendly wave after a long and hot day of work.
A746 and its nine loads take to the siding to allow Q192 to pass it. Just one more to meet and A746 is home free.