Q619 rounds the bend in Loachapoka as it’s about to drop the north end signal at the Loachapoka siding as the train descends into Notasulga.
MAC attack A UP tri-clops leads an interesting power move on this day’s Q601 with 5 CSX SD70MACs heading out west as the entire consist passes the Loachapoka Siding which is a few weeks aw... (more)
Local A746 heads south through Loachapoka on a perfect afternoon during March of 2011.
Q619 makes an afternoon appearance charging past a simple dirt road in Loachapoka with a new boxcar logo GEVO on the point.
After stalling somewhere around Notasulga, CSX Q618 continues their struggle up the hill between Chehaw and Loachapoka. By this time local A746 had coupled up to their rear end and was shoving har... (more)
Even with its wings clipped, Q612's SD70M leader still manages to grind up the final part of this subdivision's ruling grade and brings its train into Loachapoka while passing road resurfacing equ... (more)
SP/UP power was common on 615 at the time of this photo, but an SD45T-2 - even as ragged as this one - had become something of a prize catch.
GSC Floating Bolster 3 Truck The FB-3 truck was created by two casting foundries, General Steel Castings Corporation (GSC) and Adirondack Steel Castings for use on GE six axle locomotives.... (more)
What’s in a name? A rather serendipitous placement of a weld between these two rails has added an extra “F” to the standard ... (more)
Orion’s Vader-Hood One of newest signal installations along the former Western Railway of Alabama mainline displays a bright clear signal as the hunter constellation and numerous other sta... (more)
A refreshingly photogenic SD70MAC leads today's Q612 towards a flange lubricator as this freight train runs alongside the numerous pine trees of Loachapoka.
CSX 617 swings through the big curve at Loachapoka just before starting the descent to the coastal plain. Then it will be a run across the flatlands along the Alabama River to Montgomery.
North meets South With only 45 years separating the creation of Canadian Pacific and the town of Loachapoka, the two unlikely subjects meet on a random June afternoon as this Canadian duo ... (more)
With a 10 mph slow order in effect, this photographer is able to capture Q619 again as it runs alongside the Loachapoka Siding and passes the always active more)