The daily Jacksonville, FL to North Baltimore, OH intermodal rolls through scenic Northeast Georgia with a nice YN2 leader.
Ridden hard and put up wet, this former thoroughbred will soon be sent to the glue factory in Altoona, PA. Today all is well, SD60 #6635 successfully piloted this Port Wentworth to Austell interm... (more)
A pair of increasingly rare "YN2" painted GEs pass the Acworth Christian Church on their way from Waycross to Cincinnati.
An empty grain train allowed some weekend shooting on the Georgia Northeastern RR, seen here passing the Holly Springs Community Center, a well cared for ex-L&N station.
Rio Grandeeeee on the NS!
An ECO/road slug set bring empty rail flatcars past the Deer Lofts. Originally built by the John Deere Plow Co. in 1887, the building was recently turned into high end condominiums.
A study in stadiums. Running with an odd symbol, 76Z passes the nearly completed Mercedes-Benz Stadium to the left, while the retired Georgia Dome sits derelict in the background, it's demolition... (more)
A special train from Universal Alloy Corporation blocks evening commuters as it comes into the yard at Elizabeth.
The CNJ Heritage rolls through Austell, slowing to make a pickup at Whitaker Intermodal Terminal.
While I wish it was still in Illinois Central Paint, IC 1002 was still a welcome visitor with 57 loaded racks on the drawbar.
With limestone from Luttrell, TN; train 68X snakes through King Plow on it's way for the flue scrubbers at Georgia Power's R.W. Scherer Plant in Juliette, GA.
An ECO/Road Slug set take 45 autoracks from Inman Yard to Hapeville, GA for unloading. The building to the right is being rebuilt, after sitting derelict for over 20 years.
The rear of NS 210-22 has cleared just in time to capture CSX Q231 on it's way from Detroit, MI to Baldwin, FL.
A Cincinnati to New Orleans freight, passes Young Brothers Pharmacy, which has the first Coca-Cola Wall Sign painted in 1894. 25 layers of paint were removed to uncover and restore the original s... (more)
Q125, with a pair of YN2 painted locomotives, passes the well maintained depot which is now home to the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority.