The Chicago bound loaded phosphate train glides over the Etowah River with a BC Rail unit sandwiched between a pair of BNSF.
After spending several days in the area, the CSX Geometry Train highballs North through the tiny hamlet of White, GA shortly after sunrise, bound for Etowah, TN and other parts North.
The Norfolk and Western heritage unit leads a colorful set of power that also included an FEC SD70M-2, and a GECX (EX CSX) CW40-8, as they grind up the Braswell Mountain grade with a long string o... (more)
After making an early morning run down to Atlanta, the CSX Geometry Train motors across the Etowah River bound for Junta Yard in Cartersville, where it'll tie down for the evening.
The Southern Railway heritage unit leads the Macon bound freight train up Braswell Mountain on a beautiful Spring day in NW Georgia.
The local CSX freight creeps around the bend through a tunnel of Fall colored trees, as it heads out to work some businesses both in Cartersville and Rockmart.
The Interstate Heritage leads the empty coal drag up the grade on a beautiful Winter afternoon near the end of 2016.
With the outside temperature at 101 degrees, the CSX empty phosphate train powers Southbound on the CSX Etowah Subdivision at White, GA with a lone Canadian Pacific GE engine leading the run back ... (more)
The Honoring Our Veterans unit proudly runs out front of the Macon bound freight train, as it rolls through the C-Line Junction a CP Green on the NS Atlanta-North District.
A pair of SD40-2's bring the local freight up the grade heading South to work some businesses in Rockmart.
A pair of Canadian National EMD's bring the Chattanooga bound freight over the Etowah River on a beautiful spring day in Dixie!
The empty coal drag glides down the Braswell Mountain grade with an SD70MAC sporting the Grinstein (aka Executive) paint scheme performing rear DPU duty on the trip back North.
The Southern Railway heritage unit leads the Macon bound freight up Braswell Mountain on a beautiful day in NW Georgia.
A colorful set of power brings the Tampa bound string of ethanol tankers through Wyvern Yard just enough daylight left to shoot.
After working some of the various businesses between Cedartown and Cartersville, the long slow freight train creeps its way towards the W&A main on the West side of town.