Railfans and curious bystanders from all around flocked to the HMCR terminal one Sunday afternoon for an open house.
HMCR Railfan Day 2017 Night Photo Shoot
The two B39-8Es in the ex-LMX paint on the HMCR's roster sit together in the morning sunlight along-side Heart of Huntsville Drive. HMCR 8560's nose, which shines rather brightly in the mid-mornin... (more)
Huntsville and Madison County Railroad Authority's B23-7 and two of its four B39-8Es are tied down in downtown Huntsville, AL. In addition to the B23-7 and the four B39-8Es, the railroad has a U2... (more)
HMCR B39-8Es 8524, 8527 and 8539 are parked on the HMCR mainline with a train of covered hoppers just north of the Bob Wallace Ave crossing in Huntsville, AL. In a siding to the right are HMCR SW... (more)
HMCR 8560, the Huntsville & Madison County Railroad's newest engine, sits in the yard awaiting its first assignment on the railroad. It's paired up with the railroad's other operational B39-8, HMC... (more)
Westbound NS train M17 accelerates toward the Brock Road crossing in the Brownsboro, AL community just after meeting an eastbound train at the siding between NS control points Brock and Asa. The ... (more)
On a beautiful fall day, HMCR 8933 is stopped in the HMCR yard in downtown Huntsville, AL just before leaving with a southbound three car train.
During a light rain, HMCR 8527 (in San Luis & Rio Grande paint) switches the HMCR yard in downtown Huntsville, AL after arriving with a train of 17 cars picked up from the southern portion of the ... (more)
Three generations of GE four axle locomotives (U23B, B23-7 and B39-8) are briefly stopped between switching moves on the Clinton Ave. crossing in downtown Huntsville, AL.
HMCR's high-nose B23-7 sits by Heart of Huntsville drive before sunrise on April 16, 2016.
HMCR 3986 rests for a while on the morning of 4-17-16, just north of Pinhook Creek. A few hours later, it will be woken up to haul the seven cars behind it to the south end of the line.
This engi... (more)
Southbound HMCR U23B 9554 and B23-7 3986 with 44 covered hoppers in tow cross Hobbs Road in Huntsville, AL.
Huntsville & Madison County RR local heads north bound in the late afternoon sun with Ex San Luis & Rio Grande #8527
Having just come back up from hauling a 55-car long train down to the south end of the line, the HMCR's three engines stop to take a rest in the yard for the night.