NS 229 smokes it up as it heads south climbing up the small grade out of Chula as they are approaching the outskirts of Tifton on the GS&F mainline with the Virginian leading.
The daily Macon to Jacksonville mixed freight rounds a curve along the scenic Norfolk Southern GS&F Macon District.
A recent rebuild from the GE Fort Worth locomotive plant leads a Macon, Georgia to Jacksonville, Florida mixed freight.
With the Reading Heritage second, NS 209 charges south into the morning sun headed for Jacksonville, Florida and the FEC.
Some gorgeous afternoon sunshine lights up a tiny portion of south Georgia as NS local train G63 flies southward from Tifton. This is ex-Southern/GS&F trackage that runs from Macon to Valdosta, GA... (more)
One of the new acquisitions leads an empty rock train north behind ABAC on the NS GS&F. NS has labeled these as SD90MACs as engine designations. Can not wait to see these in NS black and white as ... (more)
The Go Rail locomotive leads a hotshot and is heading to Jacksonville, FL.
An NS Geometry Train heads north passing the fields of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and adds some nice color to the morning.
Norfolk Southern #2726, an EMD SD70M-2, approaches Zion Hope Road in Tifton, Georgia on September 15, 2013.
Taking the curve and passing the Abraham Baldwin Agriculture College, the Lehigh Valley Heritage is about to pass underneath Interstate 75 on his way south on the GS&F.
President's Special heads south from Atlanta to Titusville, FL. This is the first time the F's have come south of Macon.
I must say, this is the most unusual passenger consist ever witnessed.... In all actuality, these items are on display next to the exACL depot in Tifton, GA home of the Tifton Terminal Railway Mu... (more)
Narrow Gauge - Georgia Agrirama No. 5 - operated by Engineer Keith Rucker, takes visitors on a tour of the Tifton, Georgia tourist attraction. No. 5 was constructed by Vulcan Iron Works in 1917.
NS 5170 was hit by a milk truck at Tifton's East Second Street crossing on September 9, 2008. Thankfully, no injuries occurred.