Texas Eagle westbound departing Dallas 4 hours late.
While waiting with several other railfans for NS 132, with the CNJ Heritage unit leading, to come east into Knoxville, NS 15T rolled by westbound with a nice ex-Conrail leader. The second unit was... (more)
NS 162 arrives in Knoxville behind a pair of elephant style GEs, with a CP leader.
A UP pool power AC4400 leads NS 163 hightailing it west out of Knoxville, passing through the small suburb of Concord. A small section of Concord Marina can be seen across Fort Loudon lake directl... (more)
Valley girl. Looking more like a crude oil or unit ethanol train in this shot, the West Local train T69 cruises through the small community of Concord. T69 is just like a quote from Forest ... (more)
MoPac! A detoured NS 117 makes a very unusual run through Knoxville. However, the biggest stir wasn’t caused by the re-routed train. The big story was the lead unit. Railfans seem to come o... (more)
With a nice looking, clean ACe trailing, the daily West Local heads out of Knoxville. Unfortunately, he was told that he would have to wait in the siding at Boyd a few miles down the tracks for me... (more)
EMD Classics! The T69 West Local is on it's daily journey from John Sevier Yard in Knoxville to Loudon, TN behind an all EMD consist, with not a wide cab in sight! On the point is an intere... (more)
With power from five big units, this early morning manifest starts to slow as it approaches the west entrance to John Sevier Yard.
With the last rays of the November sun fading quickly, the crew of this rail grinder have parked and shutdown their equipment for the night in the siding just west of Willoughby. The next day, the... (more)
15T is heading west out of Knoxville behind NS 9175, and has just crossed the CSX at the Willoughby diamond.
Recently repainted (or perhaps simply washed) GE wide cab leads an eastbound manifest into Knoxville. Second unit is a rare standard cab Dash 9 in the newer "Horsehead" scheme.
Southern 630 flies through Pine Hill, running solo on this September morning.