Doing a poor imitation of a UP locomotive from LA and trying to look cool, this rarity, even in 2000, is actually helping out on the recurring maintenance "jamboree". Nice name but I di... (more)
Ballast train A013 meanders south through dear old Loachapoka behind a pair of heartwarming Dash-7 motors. Both units wear proper CSX paint and look fantastic. This is the sort of thing I would ha... (more)
I would like to dedicate this one to the GE fans. Here we find ballast train A013 working its way south on the old Western Railway of Alabama at my beloved "Cotton Patch Crossing" in Auburn (other... (more)
With its duties in the immediate area completed, loaded ballast train A013 accelerates south.
A ballast train led by a rare C30-7 creeps south on the former WofA, depositing ballast at points along the line; also notice the moon is visible at top right.
SB empty ballast train passing through Atlanta with antiquated power (2 C30-7's and a B(30 or 36)-7)
A veteran C30-7 leads this loaded ballast train through Marion as other railfans look on at the left of the photo
Arriving at the Hamilton Complex up on Straight Creek, T228 will spend the next four hours inching under the loading chute before a return trip to Corbin.
T228-18 takes the north leg of the Pineville Wye off the CV Sub mainline and heads up Straight Creek on a clear but cold Winter morning.
CSX 7055-7081-7599-8365 have T228-18(Hamilton-Harriman) running fast out the CV Sub for loading up on Straight Creek.
A rare set of C30-7's (7055-7053) bring a ballast train into Corbin on a foggy May morning.