Fresh out of Atlanta, 212, one of the most high priority or "hot" trains on the line takes on the curve at Buford with a quickly aging D9-44CW leading the way to New Jersey.
Running on time from Charlotte with loads of domestic and a mix of international containers, 221 runs alongside Main Street in Buford, GA on a sunny yet very hot morning.
153 rounds the Buford Curve at full speed with all GEVOs for power on a chilly afternoon.
Most old factory buildings in Georgia were for the textile industry. However this cool looking building, now re-purposed into lofts, was originally a leather tannery.
The Penn Central Heritage unit may have a case of leprosy, but it's still better than a healthy catfish.
SD40Es don't escape helper service often and make it south even less. An Altoona, PA to Atlanta, GA deadhead allowed one to escape with rear observation car #5. The Maryland will celebrate it's ... (more)
Nancy Hanks and Trigger: NS 203, with the Central of Georgia heritage unit in the lead, crawls past a statue of Roy Rogers, his horse Trigger, saddle-maker John Johnson of the Bona Allen Co... (more)
Norfolk Southern's "Training First Responders" train heads south in Buford, GA on the way to Atlanta for a week long training session.
Two SD70 models lead a maintenance of way and rail train around the Bona Allen curve in downtown Buford, GA minutes before sunset. The Allen family operated several factories throughout the town, ... (more)
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.
Running over four hours late, Amtrak's southbound Crescent is seen charging through Buford, Georgia at track speed, attempting to make up as much time as possible before reaching its termin... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Pennsylvania heritage unit leads NS 173 south through Buford, Georgia on a superb spring day.
Under a pristine blue sky, former CITX SD9043MAC No. 7331 leads 221 through Buford as the train hustles past the bronze statue of Roy Rogers and his palomino horse, Trigger.
A Southern GP35 leads a northbound at Buford.
The Virginian Heritage Unit passes the FreeWill Pentecostal Church, where "God wants full custody, not weekend visits".