Just south of Barnesville, NS Macon-Griffin turn train G02 sweeps through the an S-curve with a duo of SD40-2s powering a nice cut of cars. This was an expected on this Saturday afternoon, as G02 ... (more)
On its maiden run, ex-FEC #107 leads up train TA-East on a beautiful Wednesday morning. Here the train is seen passing the SAL-era doll arm signal located at the south end of the Aucilla siding.
Pulling to a stop at the southern end of the siding in Hoxie, a loaded company grain shuttle has two tattered veterans and a much newer sister leading the way. The grain train is clearing the main... (more)
With a massive 14,000ft, 1x1x1 train behind it, UP #8476 swings around the curve in Altheimer, running out the last few miles to Pine Bluff Yard.
Leading a string of empty coal buckets north, BNSF 9175 rolls through downtown Hardy in fantastic evening light. This empty train originated sometime the day before at Georgia Power's Plant Schere... (more)
Curving through Jupiter, FEC train 109 sports a trio of all EMD locomotives. Snoot nose SD40-2 #720 leads GP40-2s #430 and #412 with a mixed train of intermodal, autos, manifest and rock. The trac... (more)
Rolling into the sunset, US Sugar's interchange train from the FEC runs its final miles back to Clewiston. Two GP40-2s roll the 18-car train across the Miami Canal bridge.
To mark the beginning of the 2020/2021 sugarcane harvest, US Sugar held a public event of their newly restored former FEC steam engine. The engine brought the first load of sugarcane to the mill i... (more)
Thundering around the curve south of Kent, train 209 heads straight into the morning light. The relatively new SD70IAC and AC44C6M are working hard in notch 8 as they lug nearly 8,000ft of train o... (more)
With AC traction motors howling, two AC44s and a DIT GP40-3 roll south, fresh out of the massive Rice Yard in Waycross, bound for Tampa. The YN2 leader, albeit dirty, made for a nice treat in the ... (more)
Rolling around the curve into the late afternoon light, the NS Geometry Train is pulled by one of the two snoot-nosed SD40-2s on the FEC roster.
One of the few Tri-Rail Geeps leads a southbound rush hour train into the Delray Beach station. These Geeps have been beat up quite a bit but they keep on running.
Right before that A038 with #8484 arrived (which can be found here https://www.railpictures.net/photo/722381/ ), Q441 rolled past with a duo of AC44s and engineer with a sense of humor.
After giving a roll-by to short A794 who was in the hole at Race Pond for five trains, Q025 flies past the south end doing every bit of track speed. The nearly 11,000ft monster is being lead by on... (more)
CSXT #8484 is one of sixteen EMDs left on the roster still in YN2 paint. This veteran, built originally as a Pennsy SD45, leads train A038 as it drops ties along the main down to Race Pond.