You ain't from around here... with Brosnan Yard congested and most of Linwood, NC-Macon, GA inbound 191's traffic picked up en-route and bound for points north or west of Macon, NS decided to exte... (more)
A spot of sunshine illuminates one of three red white and blue painted BCOL C44-9WLs, passing the NS Whitaker Intermodal Terminal.
Uncommon anywhere, a BC Rail Draper Taper Cowl ties up after putting away an inbound ethanol train, while more common power on 153-16 blows by on the main.
One of three remaining British Columbia Railway painted C44-9WLs leads an eclectic consist including a CN SD75I and NS C40-9.
This crew was joking with passing trains about the paparazzi, however with a high temp of 90 degrees I don't think they were as pleased as I was with the un-air-conditioned leader.
Dogging up the short but steep grade out of Winston with an eclectic set of power.
One of three C44-9WLs still in BC Rail paint, I am almost certain this was the first time one has polished the rails of Atlanta, Georgia.
In a scene that could pass for Alberta or British Columbia, a couple of canucks roll into Atlanta for a crew change.
A matched set of British Columbia Railway units accelerate out of the siding after meeting NS 174.
With all six bulbs blazing, a BC Rail leader passes a golf course. I scored a hole in one with perfect weather and a good chase. This unit would end up making multiple runs between Atlanta, GA a... (more)
These motors are used to running huge trains on CN and they were put to the test on NS's mountainous East End District. After picking up racks at Honda in Lincoln, AL, the train was 50 tons below... (more)
Possibly the first time a C44-9WL has passed through Atlanta. An uncommon locomotive model & paint scheme for the Dogwood City.