A746, complete with distracting open door, heads back towards Montgomery on a hot summer afternoon in the deep south.
The crew of A746 gives a friendly wave after a long and hot day of work.
A746 and its nine loads take to the siding to allow Q192 to pass it. Just one more to meet and A746 is home free.
Having spotted empty woodchip hoppers on the two spurs to the left, the 4550 is about to pull back onto the main and call it a day after working local customer West Fraser during a hot summer afte... (more)
A746 leans into the super-elevated S curve in Cusseta and is just a few miles from its next stop.
A746, on the left, passes its counterpart A747, on the right, at Mt. Meigs. A747 will then start switching sand hoppers on the spur to the left of A746.
The lack of an EOT caused A746 to run behind and thus have its crew go on the law at Cusseta. Brakeman "Turkey" is seen about to exit the cab.
A746 continues south out of the town of Notasulga with a modified air conditioning system on its lead unit.
Just like everybody else, A746 is working for the weekend with a sweet SD50.
This is probably the last time A746 will be seen tied down waiting for a re-crew. They are now a priority train on the WofA and always make it back to Montgomery in time.
A746 lead by a recently repainted SD40-2 has just finished working for the day and heads south to Montgomery to tie down and get ready to do it all over again tomorrow.
A746 waits in the siding for a re-crew and then will travel south to work Lee's Timber Mill and finally end its day in Montgomery.
Brakeman, Randy, shows off his car riding experience as he directs A746 to spot cars in an unusually full Opelika yard.
A very early Q618, with one very friendly conductor on board, helps to illuminate the power on A746, making for a fantastic photo. (Thanks to Mason for helping with this shot)
8132 is the new power on A746 for this week and it helps to haul loads from Lee's Timber to Notasulga.