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.
50G exits Inman Yard with corn for the Fieldale Farms Feed Mill in Baldwin, GA. This train loaded on the Iowa Interstate and interchanged at Peoria, IL.
A long North Baltimore, OH to Jacksonville, FL intermodal cuves through Howell Tower.
My second winged UP AC4400CW of the morning, an ex-C&NW leads New Orleans, LA to Linwood, NC freight 172 from the North Leg of the Wye onto track #1 of the Norcross District.
26A entered Inman yard for fueling overnight, finally departing after holding for 119, 50G, 172 & 210 to proceed. The Honoring First Repsonders unit has been in the 26A/27A rotation for a few wee... (more)
A winged UP looks good in the morning sun passing some South Atlanta advertising. AC4400CWs were some of the earlier DPU equipped units, used here on this 2x82x2x62 Birmingham to Macon Freight. ... (more)
A CSX Memphis to Savannah intermodal slides under the CNN Center, with Phillips Arena and the soon to be demolished Georgia Dome in the background. Unfortunately, all the CREXs are now out of ser... (more)
The sun has just cleared the trees in Conyers allowing a pair of CREXs to shine. Due to delays, Q125 is now an afternoon run on the old Georgia Railroad.
A Chili-MAC bring up the rear of an empty Georgia Power Plant R.W. Scherer coal train, passing the old Spring Street Tower.
A UP motor helps pull Mercedes-Benz autos across Peachtree Creek.
Hot piggies for Croxton, NJ on an already hot morning.
A CSX local to Dacula, GA slowly drags out of Tilford Yard.
Dallas-Atlanta train 220 dropping his Atlanta traffic in the rail-highway tracks, before setting his Charlotte & Jacksonville blocks in the yard.
A freshly painted boxcar logo AC4400CW leads a 229 car train over Camp Creek. The Atlantic Coast Line merged with the SAL in 1967, though it is hard to believe it hasn't been repainted in kind si... (more)