UP's freshly restored Big Boy No. 4014 doing exactly what it was designed to do on its home rails. The Great Race from Ogden climbs a short grade before beginning its descent into Green River, WY.
As the Sun is still climbing over North Alabama, a lost Canadian a long way from home brings Ethanol train CSX K650-30 South through the southern edges of Decatur, AL.
A duo pair of hardworking Gevo's bring this empty Scherer coal train through the Tennessee Valley all the way back to Wyoming to refill on coal.
A duo pair of hardworking Gevo's bring this empty Scherer coal train all the way back to Wyoming to refill on coal.
All of us were expecting 4501 to be the sole power for Saturday's Summerville excursion, but to our surprise, an unscheduled doubleheader happened.
Railfans and curious bystanders from all around flocked to the HMCR terminal one Sunday afternoon for an open house.
Running incognito as Z601-08, NS 26Q cruises by Nickajack lake on his way into Chattanooga, TN.
NS 117 has begun the final stretch of his journey as he cruises through New Hope, TN.
Norfolk Southern is in the process of receiving their second shipment of GE's newest ET44AC's. 7 out of 34 total locomotives were carried along by NS 362 one Sunday afternoon.
With his work completed, A87 cruises back towards Sheffield through the S-curve at Tuscumbia, AL.
One freezing cold and snowless Saturday afternoon, NS 362 blows through the miniscule town of Paint Rock, AL. Be careful not to blink, or you'll miss it.
And the chase is on. The Summerville Doubleheader rockets South, blasting through the Missionary Ridge Tunnel to begin his 50 mile journey South towards Summerville, GA.
Just 5 miles North of Summerville, GA, lies the bridge at Trion, GA.
With the sun quickly setting, and a train full of passengers to return home, the Summerville Steam Special rockets North through LaFeyette, GA.