3 coals were at the CN Junction yesterday, 2 SB and 1 NB. The NB however was followed by a NB pig and a NB steel. Lot's of traffic through Memphis... well, for a Mississippi boy.
Construction equipment sat on the side of the road as this loaded BNSF coal waited for 4 NB trains. Had 3 GEVO pushers on the end.
After clearing the siding at Harmon, today's WB manifest picked back up speed wise and came flying under HW 80 before coming into Pelahatchie.
CXSH comes into Morton in quite a rush. Good thing for me though since the sun was going down.
The factory is already in operation as this morning's manifest train rolled through Morton. Total of 6 engines: KCS 6106, 6610, 655, 610, 640, and 702.
After the Casey Jones Museum was shut down in Mississippi, they loaded this lady up and transported her by flat cars to the Terry depot to sit on display for the community.
Just made it to the bridge at Hazelhurst by the depot to grab 194 as it came by.
194 flies by the Terry train depot where 841 sits on display.
The rock train had to sit in the yard to wait on MXJA and LCAR before proceeding to Vicksburg.
A new solor powered swtich guides the 194 onto the main so it can head back to the Jackson yard with it's pick-up from the KCS.
MXJA roars out of the tunnel under Washington St. this morning on it's way to Jackson.
194 rampages through Byram at about 55mph... he was speeding... speed limit's 50.
CXSH passes the GP's that finally had to be re-fueled after about a week or so of pulling the Rankin turn back and forth.
Mr. Randy Porter's train had to stop at Brandon... for really no known reason.
The Autumn Leaf Special stopped to let passengers off for touring.