Scherer coal empties utilize the CSX trackage rights between Wauhatchie, TN and Stevenson, AL. An NS crew will operate the train but it will run with a CSX 'Z' symbol between those points.
A CSX SD40-2 rebuild leads an auto rack train north around Nickajack Lake.
A truck paces a pair of UP units leading a northbound intermodal along the Highway 156 Lake Nickajack causeway. This train will become NS 201 upon reaching NS rails at Stevenson, AL.
NS 7706 leads coal loads south as it nears Chattanooga.
Running along Highway 156 on the Lake Nickajack causeway, a northbound heads toward Nashville on the former NC&StL. The state borders of Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia all come together in this s... (more)
A solid trio of Montana Rail Link power head up CSX Q580 past Nickajack Lake.
Southbound CSX moves along Nickajack Lake in the early morning Sun.
Southbound NS 734 streaks though the signals at Nickajack Lake, with Powder River coal bound for Plant Sherer in Georgia.
Shortly after 6 AM Q581 streaks by the signals at Nickajack Lake with 136 leading. This Loco is lettered CSXX on the engineers side, and CCSX on the firemans side.
A BNSF DPU shoves a train of Powder River coal past the signals at Nickajack Lake just prior to sunrise.
A southbound CSX freight from Nashville splits the signals as it rounds Nickajack Lake.