With a hot load of new Ford trucks and SUVs, 275 rolls down the hill into Oakdale.
229 is the hottest train on the CNO&TP. Everything else stops, when it's in the area. The intermodal is seen passing a stopped 179, heading into the single track.
23G glides south thru Oakdale with three elephant style GEs for power.
During the only decent snow of the winter, Q542 speeds past the NAS Searchlight signals at South End Singleton.
In the early morning hours of Independence Day, 54E sweeps around the curve at Oakdale, with the PRR heritage unit trailing.
A Tier 4 credit BNSF unit leads a real "who's railroad is it?" consist powering 174 at South Roddy.
Powder River coal empties from TVA's Kingston Plant roll over the old Tennessee Central bridge in Harriman, as the crew wye the entire train, to head back to Chattanooga. The solid BNSF power (inc... (more)
An element not typical in my photos - Palm Trees! While on Spring Break in the Orlando area with my family, I came upon this consist setting at Lakeland Connection. It had been tied down by the pr... (more)
A trio of AC units leads 441 south thru the Funnel.
Q237 comes south thru Folkston with new automobiles for the Florida market.
On a warm morning that would turn into a hot, muggy day, the Meteor speeds past the historic old depot (now a museum) in Folkston.
The day's second 22N Rolls past the old Manly Jail Works building in Dalton.
The OLS Dash 9 leads what would be the day's first 22N south thru Dalton.
Q541 rolling across the bridge at Rocky Top. This is the city most East Tennessee natives know as, and often still refer to as, Lake City.
Q541 crests the hill into Kilsyth, having finally won the battle against gravity and Duff Mountain. The Morely pusher is tied onto the rear, giving an assist. Many of the Absolute Signals on this ... (more)