Emerging from the south truss pan at CR Drawbridge (MP-184.8) is CSX Q235-22 (Louisville, KY-Winston, FL) at the end of its first part of its long journey to Winston, FL. The will continued its ru... (more)
Almost out of downtown Nashville......"Almost!!!!" CSX G116-17 had to come to a safe stop due to the lead motor over heating, so the train had to call SC Dispatcher asking for permission to back t... (more)
The nose of the 405 looks great in its EMD created paint scheme. This cream colored design came in two varieties for the L&N depending on what type of service the locomotive was to be used in. F... (more)
On a chilly night at the Tennessee Central Railway Museum, a beautifully restored L&N GP7 and a trailing C&O caboose built in 1951 and 1971 respectively, look just as good this evening as the day ... (more)
Beginning in 1942 under the leadership of Robert Young, new ways of thinking and operating were established for the C&O. One noticeable change was the adoption of a new slogan for the railroad. ... (more)
Resting in the their yard on a chilly March evening, the NERR 8585 shows off its newest BNSF inspired paint scheme. This unit was part of the LMX leasing pool and thus wore the standard gray and ... (more)
A CSX intermodal train comes to a stop for a crew change next to Union Station in Nashville. A plane with a banner circles overhead welcoming people to the event formerly known as Fan Fair before ... (more)
Dubbed the “City of Lebanon”, which is where this railroad is based out of by the way, the NERR 574 and fellow wide cab sisters spend the night in Nashville at the railroad’s yard amongst other fr... (more)
Tied down at the Nashville and Eastern’s western terminus point, the NERR 574 sits with fellow GE Dash 8-40BW units as the skyline of downtown Nashville glows into the night sky.
CSXT 975 barrels through downtown Nashville under threatening skies as CSXT work forces are in position to get track and time after the 975 passes.
Dixieland Delight One of the many neat railroad treats one can find in the Music City is the last surviving NC&StL steam jack built by Alco in 1942. This massive class J3 4-8-4 beauty loo... (more)
With the historic station looming above, a pair of SD70MACs lead a manifest freight into Kayne Avenue Yard in downtown Nashville, TN. The third unit is an OFOX SD40-2.
Operator Steve Hicks gets ready to hand up orders to the crew of L&N 790, which is swinging across the plant at Amqui to head for Evansville.
The Amqui agent stays in the shade as he hands up orders to the rear end man on a Louisville-bound train.
A CSX Train comes around on the E-Line as a train is being humped in the yard.