After departing Grand Junction Station right on the advertised, Southern Railway 4501, with the Summerville Steam Special in tow, glides across the South Chickamauga Creek, about half a mile into ... (more)
An empty ballast train takes in the sunset on a fine, pre-Independece Day evening in the small coastal town of Chocowinity, North Carolina.
As the sun begins to set on a beautiful summer day, hotshot train 213 comes sweeping into view at Lula, with a leased FEC SD70M-2 on the point.
Traditions: A family of passengers waiting for Amtrak's northbound Crescent to arrive, stand amongst the 1910 Southern Railway depot, which is still there to serve its purpose of acc... (more)
After some unwelcome thunderstorms in the area, the railroad is still hard at work in Gainesville as local G53 prepares to head south to work a few industries near Oakwood. The former BNSF SD70MAC... (more)
Stone Mountain FP7 #6147 and its train navigate through the tight s-curves along the backside of the famed piece of granite.
Running over two hours late, Amtrak's northbound Crescent makes its nightly station stop at Gainesville, Georgia with Amtrak's Phase I heritage unit in the lead.
A hot and muggy Sunday morning finds an empty coal train flying through the fields of the Mississippi delta, on its way back to coaling lands of southern Illinois.
The Wabash heritage unit makes a 25 MPH dash towards Linwood, North Carolina while leading manifest 123 on the S-Line.
An empty coal train returning to the coal fields of Appalachia is seen trundling through Social Circle, Georgia along the Georgia Railroad's former Augusta to Atlanta mainline.
Framed up by the historic Illinois Central Victorian-style depot, a former ATSF CF7 spends an unseasonably warm winter's day basking in the afternoon sunlight at the MSCI yard in Holly Springs, Mi... (more)
On a foggy and misty morning, NS 8025, the Monongahela heritage unit, leads loaded coal train 726 through the small town of Lula, Georgia and under the time-honored Southern Railway wooden bridge.
A dreary winter's day finds some color as a KCS motor leads NS 172 through a classic southern scene at Suwanee, Georgia.
Running almost nine hours late, Amtrak's first official southbound Crescent of the year races into the brisk setting sun, doing every bit of track speed through Buford, GA.
Just before the sun sets on a frigid winter evening, NS P43 eases down the steep grade out of Gastonia and heads south towards the South Carolina state line to work Lubrizol Chemical.