One of the many transfers between Whitaker Yard in Austell and Inman Yard in Atlanta heads south under a cloud of smoke from the leading SD40-2.
CEFX and CP AC4400CW's lead an empty ethanol train south through the small town of Bogart on a beautiful fall morning.
A 153-car long #361 diverges off the Griffin District onto the Macon District at Edgewood with a freshly rebuilt SD70ACU leading the way south.
153 rumbles down main #2 at Lula, GA on the former Piedmont Division.
One of only a few 1600 series SD40-2's on NS's roster leads northbound local train G54 at Lula, GA as it leans into one of many dramatic curves of the Greenville District.
The Norfolk & Western heritage unit leads a gaggle of other NS and two KCS locomotives on southbound train #153. Passing through the small community of Alto, GA on a beautiful fall morning.
A recently released SD70ACU leads an extra autorack train out of Macon, passing Rose Hill Cemetery - the resting place of two of the famous Allman Brothers.
A colorful lashup leads Linwood, NC to Birmingham, AL manifest south at the Belton intermediate in Lula, GA.
An extra 175 rolls into Macon, Georgia at its terminus of Brosnan Yard. The duo of heritage units was a nice catch on this gorgeous spring afternoon.
Another hot summer morning produces another NS 212, blasting north under the iconic roadway overpass in downtown Lula, GA.
Hotshot domestic container and UPS intermodal train #212 rockets north through Lula, GA on a hot northeast Georgia summer morning.
The crew of G23 has finished their switching duties for the day, and are seen preparing to enter the yard at Tennille in order to complete their day.
Short Linwood, NC to Birmingham, AL manifest #173 blows through the small north Georgia town of Lula on its way to Atlanta.
A leased CitiRail GEVO looks sharp as it leads a southbound manifest down CSX's Abbeville Subdivision.
A C40-9 and SD60E combine to power a long southbound intermodal train through Gainesville, Georgia on NS's Greenville District. At the time the photo was taken, this line was part of the Piedmont ... (more)