An increasingly rare YN2 AC44CW leads a lengthy mixed freight out of Waycross, Georgia. The daily "Sweeper" train has picked up a fresh crew in Thomasville, is scheduled to work the ind... (more)
Dual General Electric AC44CW locomotives are seen pulling a long mixed freight through the sleepy town of Whigham, Georgia during the golden hour. The engineer has these older units in notch 8 tr... (more)
A Tier 4 GEVO and an older AC44CW are giving it all they got as they pull more than 11,000 feet of mixed freight through the sleepy community of Whigham, Georgia. Trains of this size cause issues... (more)
Two AC44 locomotives pull a long string of mixed freight past the old Atlantic Coast Line depot in downtown Whigham, Georgia. The depot is now being used by Cash & Carry Feeds that specializes in... (more)
Two low numbered AC44CW locomotives are working hard to pull over 9,000 feet of mixed freight down the Dothan Subdivision. These units are probably on borrowed time as CSX is working with Wabtec ... (more)
This loaded Louisville, Kentucky to Baldwin, Florida autorack train passes by a motor grader parked for the weekend in rural Grady County, Georgia. The train is approaching Thomasville which is n... (more)
A recently rebuilt SD70AC leads Q648 west along the Dothan Subdivision as the suns last light shines bright.
The long distance Waycross to Montgomery local is passing by a local railfan checking out the consist. The train is just leaving the city of Whigham that is known for their annual Rattlesnake Rou... (more)
Two GE DC traction units are running elephant style as they pull a lengthy mixed freight toward Bainbridge, Dothan, and beyond. Of note, there is a cut of 15 or so loaded tie cars on the head end... (more)
An increasingly rare YN2 GE leads Waycross to Montgomery "sweeper" train A724. The train is seen leaving Whigham, Georgia, home of the annual Rattlesnake Roundup.
Good shots are hard to find on the CSX Bowline due to the fact only two trains per day run on the ex-ACL Waycross to Montgomery line. Both trains are known as "sweeper" trains as they w... (more)