NS 137 cruises through Alexander City, Alabama trying to stay ahead of the thunderstorms!
Norfolk Southern Freight Train 136 makes their way Eastbound as they roar through Alexander City, AL.
Train 136 rolls through Alex City, Alabama.
Norfolk Southern Freight Train 187 makes their way Westbound as they pass through Alexander City, AL. With a colorful mix of power
Norfolk Southern (Alabama Division) train 336 glides across Lake Martin near Alexander City, AL with the GoRail and Veterans SD60E locomotives. This is the first time for these two specially pain... (more)
Alabama Division train 137 crosses Lake Martin near Alexander City, Alabama, with the Pennsylvania heritage unit leading. 137 operates daily along the Central of Georgia district from Macon, GA, ... (more)
Southern Railway SD45 #3158 and SD40-2's #3271 & 3318 lead Southern Railway westbound train #135. #3158 was built November 1967 and later became Norfolk Southern #3158
In the typical hazy glare of a summer afternoon in Alabama, Southern 2595 leads a westbound local a couple miles outside Alex City.
NS train 336 rumbles across Lake Martin (on the Tallapoosa River) near Alexander City, Alabama, along the former Central of Georgia mainline between Birmingham, AL, and Columbus, GA. The Savannah... (more)
The Veteran's unit, SD60E #6920, crosses Lake Martin (along the Tallapoosa River) near Alexander City, AL, with eastbound Central of Georgia district train #336. Photo by Casey Thomason. For mo... (more)
A41 rolls through Alexander City and passes a new generator that was set off earlier in the day.
A Herzog ballast train heads west out of Alexander City with one of NS's seven Dash 9s commemorating the 25th anniversary of Operation Lifesaver on the point.
A Herzog ballast train glides across the trestle over Lake Martin. Erosion along the shore has caused a large tree to fall into the water.
The three units leading this loaded Herzog ballast train are pulling hard to get the heavy westbound up to speed; notice how the heat distortion from the exhaust is going straight up above the loc... (more)