Overcast morning skies gave way to afternoon blue skies, just as Fort Worth and Western's Cresson Turn began their southbound trek. The locomotives notch up as they cross the Clear Fork Trinity Ri... (more)
Having successfully made the 17 mile climb over the mountain, 221 accelerates past Cornelia as the rain begins to pick up again.
The rain has slowed to a drizzle as NS 221 crosses the Tugalo River into Georgia on a rain soaked summer afternoon. A western trio, headed by a former Burlington Northern SD60M, leads the Charlott... (more)
Passing a vibrant bloom of day lilies, NS 154 notches out of Lula after a successful banner check with the Interstate heritage unit on the point.
Hartwell GP38 No. 1973 hurries east towards Lavonia after dropping off and picking up cars at the Toccoa interchange. It seems as though the former Conrail unit is showing more rust than blue thes... (more)
Spring in the Smokies: GSMR’s Nantahala Gorge excursion passes the old Almond depot on a damp spring afternoon. In the Southern days, the depot and nearby farm were used by railroad ... (more)
Sperry Railcar No. 119 is readied for an inspection east towards Athens on a bright Sunday afternoon. The 1926 product of B&O lineage is still plying the rails, an amazing feat even for being heav... (more)
The Texas Chief arrives back on the Galveston Subdivision and accelerates to track speed as the excursion returns to the island. The classic Warbonnet F7s are passing one the few remaining ... (more)
The Galveston Railroad Museum's pair of Warbonnet F7s idle alongside Harborside Drive while building the consist for the following day's Texas Chief excursion to Pearland.
Onlookers study the beautifully restored Southern mikado while boarding begins for the first Summerville Steam Special excursion for the year.
A few of the TVRM crew members for the first Summerville Steam Special of 2018 gather for a job briefing before the all day ramble through Georgia.
The waters of the Tugalo River separating Georgia and South Carolina are still as NS 204 treks north with a trio of Canadian National motors.
A lone car disrupts the quiet stillness of a foggy evening while a pair of SD40-2s, of Conrail and N&W heritage, occupy the Cargill lead.
One of the 37 D9-40Cs active on the NS roster, NS 8835 and a visiting Canadian National SD70M-2 rest on a foggy evening in Gainesville.
A venerable SD40-2 on the GM interchange watches as 213 pierces through the fog at Midland after a meet with 172.