On L&N's line across the flatness of the Gulf Coast, tonnage ratings for locos were high, and long trains behind one or two mid-size B-Bs seemed fairly common.
More commonly seen as road power, ES40DC 5476 shoves back on a cut of box cars while switching Pascagoula Yard.
Dash 9-40CW 9033 leads a Mobile, AL bound manifest across the Pascagoula River as the sun begins to shine on the Gulf Coast.
Eastbound CSX manifest with a BNSF GEVO leader crosses the Pascagoula River at sunset.
An EMD L&N veteran and a GE Conrail veteran are on the point of a westbound manifest passing through Pascagoula on the old L&N NO&M Sub (now CSX).
Sporting their original YN2 paint scheme, 7742 and 461 haul a manifest west on the NO&M Sub through Pascagoula.
The drawbridge at Pascagoula is a wonderful place to catch X802 as it heads over the namesake Pascagoula River with 115 cars and multiple foreign units up front. At 7100 feet in length, this north... (more)
Having dropped off their cars for the Mississippi Export Railroad, M722 picks up a cut of empty sulfur tankers out of the interchange track in Pascagoula.
Good looking Tier 4 standards lead an eastbound manifest over the Pascagoula River on the NO&M sub.
The only unit of this type on the roster and hard to find in MS anywhere, these were usually down in the industrial areas.
At the time one of the easiest engine facilities to find in the entire country but I don't know what happened after Katrina.
Mississippi Export 65 rests next to the Shop at Moss Point.