Rebuilt SD40 idles quietly in the light of the setting sun in the CSX yard at Augusta.
A local NS switch job heads north along 6th St. towards the Savannah River bridge with a couple of special purpose flat cars.
Framed by the Spring blossoms, the evening southbound manifest runs down 6th Street in Augusta.
Crossing the Savannah River, about to head down 6th Street in Augusta, the evening southbound manifest is pointed towards Atlanta.
The evening coal load trundles down 6th Street in Augusta southbound headed towards Atlanta.
NS 191 glides down 6th Street with 88 cars.
An 8 car woodchip train snakes through downtown on its way to the Augusta yard.
The Masters Golf Tournament train shows off through the streets of Augusta.
The NS OCS from up north arrives in Georgia for the Master's Golf Tournament after crossing the Savannah River trestle.
Work train parked in a siding and being loaded. Second unit is all gray road slug #2208.
Originally Central of Georgia.
Did you ever notice that people generally like shots of either end of a Southern unit?