The Wabash cannonballs through downtown Atlanta catching a spot of sun on a very cloudy day, doing every bit of the 25mph max speed limit. Due to terminal congestion, most northbounds crawl throu... (more)
The Interstate RR Heritage Unit leads a more common orange paint scheme through downtown Atlanta at the recently replaced signal at Grinnell.
Not something you see every day!
NS 24E holds the main, flipping on the lights to roll by Amtrak #19, The Crescent, on a gloomy morning. Anyone who knows me understands I do not photograph in cloudy conditions, but this photo en... (more)
Winding down the grade into the Chattahoochee River Valley, the Conrail Heritage catches a spot of sun as it completes the journey to Atlanta.
The Norfolk Southern Heritage unit catches the first rays of daylight, reflecting in the foggy waters of the Hooch. Luckily, New Orleans to Atlanta train 298 was very late today, allowing my Dad'... (more)
Luckily, 210 hog-lawed on the Macon District, allowing Lady Libery to shine in a well lit afternoon photo south of Atlanta. I hadn't photographed (or seen, for that matter) the CNJ Heritage since... (more)
Catching the first rays of light, who would have bet during the 1970 Bankruptcy that twenty-five years later two railroads would stage a bitter fight over the remaining core system.
A late Crescent with the Phase I painted locomotive leading an unusual back to back duo through far Western Georgia.
I hadn't shot the Penn Central Heritage since November 2013, so I was glad to finally have another opportunity. I was even happier with some vibrant late fall colors.
New York Central Heritage drags past the old loading dock in Mableton, GA.
After doubling up a giant train and hanging the FRED, Atlanta to Memphis train 23 Nacho departs Inman Yard.
The Penn Central Heritage leads Kansas City to Jacksonville train 285 past some of the latest fall colors we've seen, descending the 1.1% Braswell Mountain.
Surrounded by fall colors, 23N crosses the concrete arch bridge just east of Austell. The Sweetwater Brewing Company started just south of here and takes its name from the Creek.
DL&W leading 282, passing 361-27 in the mountains of Northwest Georgia.