GE24 eases out of East Point, Georgia with ten loads of corn syrup for Coke in Hapeville, power is the all too typical ECO slug set.
A typical set of NS's ECO slug sets works local job GE06 on the south end of Industry Yard at East Point, Georgia as 347's power is shuttled off to the side.
The soon to be demolished Nelson Street bridge spanning over CSX and Norfolk Southern in Atlanta, Georgia has just a short time left in existence before the 113 year old structure is dismantled. N... (more)
After making a reverse move north from South Yard to Spring, NS local job GE03 heads south to Industry Yard at East Point with it's ECO power set consisting of an RPM4C and GP33ECO while Atlanta's... (more)
Local job GE05 steps onto the Farmer's Market lead for the second half of the day's work at Forest Park, Georgia.
GE05 pulls it's string of empty cement hoppers from the Farmers Market lead with it's eco slug set.
While buzzing the south side we came across, GE05 prior to the crew spotting their liquid coal loads at Georgia Power in Forest Park, Georgia. Soon after the spot the crew pulled their remaining t... (more)
NS RPM4C ECO Slug 655 and it's GP33ECO mother unit 4717, "Snail Set" is assigned to East Point based local GE04 who's main task for the day is switching the Coke Plant in Hapeville, Georgia. In th... (more)
GE80 stands in the clear at Hapeville, Georgia with an ECO Snail Set, another crew will be on board later in the evening to stage these loaded racks which arrived earlier in the morning.
Local job GE05 stands momentarily at Mountain View in Hapeville, Georgia with it's ECO Snail Set moments before entering the Yard at Forest Park.
GE05 stands in Forest Park, Georgia shortly after being tied down with it's ECO set, later on into the evening a new crew will spot the loaded racks in the "hole".
Local job GE99 and it's RPM4C/GP33ECO steps by the ghost of Atlanta's Terminal Station which was demolished in 1972. GE99 still has plenty of moves remaining before the crew's night is complete.
East Point (Industry Yard) based local job GE04 shoves corn syrup loads for Coke across Central Avenue in Hapeville, Georgia with RPM4C 650 and it's mother unit, GP33ECO 4719. Meanwhile motorists ... (more)