A pair of Georgia Northeastern geeps bring their train down the new high speed double track transcon route on their way to Marietta
GNRR's road train to Elizabeth heads south at Ball Ground, GA.
The southbound from Tate cuts through downtown Ball Ground on its way to Marietta with 3 motors and 7 loads
GNRR's road train heads north through town en route Tate, GA with one car for Marble Hill and empty hoppers for Whitestone.
The super elevation isn't necessary for 10mph running on 100 lb. 1920's era rail. Both the rail and the ex-Southern Pacific GP20 have seen much faster speeds.
GNRR 102 is headed south from Tate to Marietta, GA. While what is seen in the photograph appears to indicate a bucolic scene of former industries in a small town, the reality is Atlanta sprawl is... (more)
GNRR's Tate turn rumbles through some rural countryside between Gober and Canton with a pair of first gen geeps in charge.
GNRR's Marietta to Tate turn heads north through the beautiful north Georgia countryside with four well dressed older EMD's in charge. Standing atopt this hillside seeing and hearing the sound of ... (more)
Note scrap pieces of marble at left
A good hunk of GNRR power (all units online) rolls past the new crossing south of Ball Ground.
Why they call them speeders; sure fast from this view! Dick Hillman's SCL 1 putts along. Canon EOS; Kodachrome 200
This chopnose GP20 takes on a bizarre perspective due to its Western Maryland-style alterations.
A GP7u-GP9-GP18 consist heads up a dormant northbound, and a chopnose GP20 waits for something to do at a bulk handling facility on a sunshine saturated Saturday afternoon.