In a reversal of what was seen one week ago on the Central of Georgia line, an NS motor is now on a CSX train helping to mov... (more)
Under the sky of a fast moving front, Q521 gets ready to depart the Montgomery yard as it passes underneath the new signal bridge for the Vera Siding while also bringing along an EMD GP15D in its ... (more)
A majestic pair of SD40-2s pull today's Q521 past the Union Station train shed on a bright and sunny day in Montgomery. Unfortunately the tonnage would be too much for these 3000 hp motors as the... (more)
A pair of SD70MACs start to pull Q521 out of the state capital and pass by Montgomery's Union Station and its National Historic Landmark Train Shed that were built in 1897 and officially opened fo... (more)
Q521 has just passed the signal at the north end of Georgiana siding for a meet with W098 while a CSX hi-railer sits parked... (more)
Message in a Hopper Someone has taken the time to help spread the message about the largest marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry by tagging this covered hopper.
After a long wait for Q612 to get into the yard and off of track 2, Q521 finally gets a signal to leave and is about to begin its journey south to Flomaton with a classy SD40-2 in the lead.
A classic pair of SD40-2s are power for today's Q521 as it starts its journey south towards Mobile and rolls past the recently repainted Coosa St. Signals.
Q521 holds the main near downtown Brewton, while a northbound empty grain train makes its way onto the siding and local traffic goes by.
After a few hours of picking up cars, Q521 makes it way out of Montgomery while passing the former passenger shed on its right. The silos on the left used to house the former Amtrak station in Mo... (more)
With light fading fast, Q521 circumnavigates its way around the Alabama River as the elegant 19th Century Harriott II Riverboat awaits another season of cruises.
Q521 looks small compared to the massive L&N Coaling Tower that it is passing underneath. Notice the L&N logo and build year cast into the concrete.
A long Q521 winds its way around the Alabama River with a river boat to the left.
Q521 snakes its way underneath I-65, after dropping off and picking up cars in Montgomery.