NS C Line local, G67 is southbound on the former Central of Georgia Griffin to Cedartown main at Newnan, Georgia while crossing CSX's A&WP/WofA Subdivision. The lone SD40-2 is dragging three load... (more)
CSX loaded coal train T738-20 rolls under the old coaling tower at Newnan,GA along the former Atlanta & West Point Route.
Easing along operating long hood forward, A007-12 unloads new crossties beside the mainline for later installment.
Built for Conrail in 1978, this durable EMD crawls north solo over the Cedartown District which sees hardly any traffic.
CSX Train Q182-21 (running a day early) heads South as they pass under an old coal tower in Newnan, GA. With BNSF SD70ACe #8509 on the point. The train is running Southbound until it gets to LaGra... (more)
On the headend of Q181-04, the horn of BNSF engine #4265 blares while it roars through the crossing with 5,428 feet of locomotive power and stack containers. A ghostly wall of deep well cars and ... (more)
An Atlanta-Savannah intermodal passes under an old Atlanta & West Point coaling tower, with the domed Coweta County Probate Court Building in the background.
A pair of GEVOs pull the modest sized Q198 into Newnan as it passes underneath the A&WP coaling tower that straddles the tracks here. This tower is one of six railroad coaling towers still standi... (more)
Q197 races by the north end of Grenntop on Newnan, Georgia's northern edge.
Running as S185, this domestic double stack train is a lengthy one today, topping out at over 8100 feet long. The colorful BNSF / Citirail leaser combo come through the city of Newnan as the last... (more)
A yn3b painted 70MAC leads the way as it and two Dash 8 standard cabs pull a lengthy Q678 through Newnan and its famous coal tower located here. The bright blue insulated joint of a new diamond ... (more)
An Atlanta to Birmingham freight crosses under the old Atlanta & West Point coaling tower.
A Birmingham-Atlanta manifest flies up the A&WP on a crisp spring morning.
Northbound CSX train L185 blast through downtown Newnan, Ga. with the typical BNSF power on the night of October 17,2014