The Gulfport local pauses for authority to cross the CSX NO&M sub after switching the docks.
Dash 9-40CW 9033 leads a Mobile, AL bound manifest across the Pascagoula River as the sun begins to shine on the Gulf Coast.
The daily local snakes through downtown heading back to the yard after switching the docks at Port of Gulfport.
Cleaning out a bit of carbon, this 1951 GP7, built as ATSF 2688, shoves back on a stretch of hoppers unloading limestone at Vulcan Materials in Gautier, MS on the CSX NO&M sub. A common but good r... (more)
An NS mixed freight has just crossed the Chattahoochee River slowly approaching Inman Yard.
KCS power for the Gulfport-Hattiesburg local rests overnight in Gulfport.
CSXT 7696 pokes out from behind the trees in Ocean Springs heading west. The original YN2 paint scheme has seen better days.
SD50-2 8625 leads a rock train through Ocean Springs as the sun sets on the Gulf Coast.
Westbound manifest hammers through Gauiter, MS at 50mph.
A pair of AGR SD40-2's make up a road freight while GP40-3 443, still in FEC paint, is tied up for the day.
Eastbound CSX manifest with a BNSF GEVO leader crosses the Pascagoula River at sunset.
8094 and 8065, both originally Seaboard Coast Line units, power the "Theodore Switcher" seen here returning to Mobile from Theodore, AL.
MP15 1144 sits tied up in Sibert Yard. The switcher is on home rails, originally serving as L&N 5034, evident by the classic Leslie RS5T air horn.
Day falls as a CSX stack train accelerates out of Atlanta with recently repainted 360 leading the way.