The Penn Central Heritage unit may have a case of leprosy, but it's still better than a healthy catfish.
After meeting 4 southbounds on the double track at Gainesville, 222 pulls away at New Holland. The delay allowed for low evening light at the only location that provides good afternoon lighting o... (more)
According to a friend, the cones on this wooden bridge aren't just for repairs and the wooden bridge is planned for replacement. If so, it'll be the second wooden bridge I've shot the Southern He... (more)
Gradients of green cause my gaw to gurgitate... no guff.
Atlanta-Memphis 23N is detouring via Birmingham today due to 736 derailing 26 cars in Woodville, AL early this morning. It made for a good afternoon.
Say what you will about the paint scheme, but it sure does stand out in a crowd of catfish... seen here rolling through the southern foothills of the Appalachian Mountains 85 miles from it's origi... (more)
The Lehigh Valley saw a lot of Georgia in Q1 2019.
The S&A Heritage leading Jacksonville to Chicago intermodal 282 was icing on the cake of a great day on the mountain.
One of the cowardly lions passes tied down grainer 44Z-29 with a BNSF H2 leader. The yellow nose stands out against the otherwise drab winter colors.
The Lehigh Valley Black Diamond passes a dead in the water black catfish. Manifest 361-25 has to set off on the single track at Dalton. It dogged just over 35 miles from origin due to prioritizi... (more)
With the Lehigh Valley leading, Kansas City, MO-Jacksonville, FL automotive train 285 leans into the curve at the C.P. Norton holdout signal.
With "The Peach" in the background, 153-11 departs Atlanta with a fresh crew returning to Birmingham.
Normally an empty repo symbol, today NS 27W is an uncommon 59 loads of Toyota's from Blue Springs, MS coming off BNSF at Birmingham, exporting through Georgia Port Authority in Brunswick, GA. A n... (more)
One of the Tweety Birds crosses a full Chattahoochee River with an extra train of export Mercedes. A week earlier the river level was somewhere between my feet & knees.
With a short train, I was only able to get this second photo due to MOW causing a slight delay.