A quartet of EMD classics rest on the former Notasulga siding, it’s now just a storage track, with a pair of workhorses in the form of SD40-2 models at the front. Third out of this combined consi... (more)
Hot on the heels of Q619, the empty hopper train of E075 makes its way through Notasulga with a very recently repainted CSX ... (more)
Spring Forward A freakishly fast Q619 blows through the town of Notasulga and passes the colorful spring scenery as it makes good time on a bright Sunday morning.
Photo by Deborah Barber
The setting sun brings to end another day on the railroad as one of the newest signals for the only CTC installation on the former Western Railway of Alabama mainline stands tall against the impen... (more)
Bethlehem’s Other Beam
Known primarily for its famous wide flange beam, Bethlehem also rolled rail and a lot of it too. With the purchase of Penn Steel Co. during WWI, the newly owned Ste... (more)
Still the same Rolled in July of 2011 and dropped off by A012 a few weeks earlier, this string of new 115 lb rail fr... (more)
The locomotives from ballast train A015 layover in the Notasulga siding on the shortest day of the year during the "blue hour" as a CSX employee finally shuts the front door and exits down the lon... (more)
CSX Q193 heads south through Notasulga with a pair of BNSF SD40-2s in charge.
Originally built for the Seaboard Coast Line in 1980, this veteran B30-7 is the lone engine of W059 as it heads back to Montgom... (more)
The lite engine power of K715 rushes past the old siding at Notasulga as it prepares to head into the V... (more)
Purr-fect Transportation Thirty-nine years later, Chessie can still be found sleeping on her pillow. This pop art style of logo was the brainchild of Franklyn Carr in 1972 by combining a s... (more)
The nearly reliable afternoon Q619 rushes past the former N.E. Notasulga siding after a meet in Opelika and rolling through... (more)
"I'm a MAC and I'm a GE" The two locomotive builders pose side by side as Q619 and its GE wide cab pass by a parked W081more)
Having just pulled its ballast train out of Vulcan Materials, A018 is seen coming off of the new Loachapoka siding at a loc... (more)