Pretty new, clean and looking good.
Back when more than two units was the norm this gigantic string roars along accompanied by a foreign GE for visually effects. This is yet another SB coal train just leaving the yard and headed fo... (more)
Back in the "rainbow days" this southbound freight is roaring along parallel to the highway on the south side of town. This train and 575 were the usual ones I shot.
Leading a southbound grain train holding the main deep in the Toe River valley and way out in the country, where a can of beany wienies and moon pie washed down with an ROC cola constitutes a fine... (more)
Looking at the south end of town we have two truck mine tipples operations. Believe it or not there is five tracks in this photo. The first one on the left goes to the tipple with the truck in the... (more)
Seems like an appropriate locale for a General Motors product. On a stretch of railroad saturated by GEs seeing anything else justifies a chase on the intricate backroads of the Tri Cities. This... (more)
A southbound grain train is going onto single triack out in the country. Remember when you thought those C-boats would never go away? And the searchlight signals had been there forever? Well gue... (more)
The first night photo shoot at Spencer finds the Museum's own Southern FP7 No. 6133 spotted alongside Wabash F7 No. 1189 of the Monticello Railway Museum and the Lackawanna-painted F3 No. 663 of t... (more)
Pulling a train of all matched covered hoppers this GE product and its companion will tackle the grade along the Toe/Nolichucky river with helpers.
A lat running Q410 rolls north up the River sub with two sets of big GE power and a geep in fresh paint. For once, the sun was where it needed to be at the right time.
CSX intermodal hotshot Q108 rolls across the south end of Iona island in nice fall colors.
Southbound Floridian near Union Station on the L&N.
After meeting 27E, 285 kicks it in heading to Jax.
SB unit coal sets out bad order head car. Brake hand broken.