Alabama and Tennessee River Railway train M715 pulls out of the Tucker Milling facility in Guntersville, Alabama after picking up an empty tank car.
With an interesting assortment of locomotives, Alabama and Tennessee River Railway train M715 is switching at Tucker Milling in Guntersville, Alabama. The crew is making a reverse move after sett... (more)
Former BN SD40-2 and SP SD40T-2 work industries at Guntersville, originally NC&StL territory.
After working the Port of Guntersville, AL. ATN Train M715 heads back South to their Yard in Gadsden, AL. They are seen here passing through HWY 77 in Norton, AL. With a pair of NKCR GP50's #5101 ... (more)
Alabama & Tennessee River Railway (ATN) Local Freight Train M715 (Guntersville Turn) makes their way back Southbound to their Yard in Gadsden, AL. as they pass through Attalla, AL. After doing the... (more)
Alabama & Tennessee River Railway (ATN) Local Freight Train M715 (Guntersville Turn) makes their way back Southbound to their Yard in Gadsden, AL. as they pass through Moragne, AL. After doing the... (more)
Switching at Guntersville is ATN’s pair of former CN wide cab GP40-2s. The newly painted 9401 is the first and so far only unit painted for the ATN, while the trailing unit, 9651, still retains so... (more)
ATN 9401 (ex-CN/HLCX) is the first locomotive to be fully painted and lettered for the Alabama & Tennessee River Railway. The spiffy new paint job, which is similar to paint schemes found on some ... (more)
Omnitrax’s Alabama & Tennessee River operation recently leased GMTX GP38-2 2180 (ex-UP 1936 / EMDX 793 / CR 7993 / PC 7993), seen here leading M715 southbound into Albertville.
Led by an Omnitrax GP38-2 (ex-Illinois Terminal/N&W) and two ex-CN wide cab GP40-2s, ATN's Guntersville Turn trundles into town.
Having completed their chores in Guntersville, ATN's M715 switcher climbs into Albertville, where it will switch more customers before continuing on to Gadsden.
ATN M715 skirts the backwaters of Lake Guntersville as it begins its return trip to Gadsden. Lake Guntersville, created by TVA's Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee River, is Alabama's largest lake.
ATN switches a grain elevator in Albertville as the sun sinks toward the horizon.