A great day for standard cabs on CSX! To start the parade was a CSX northbound grain train with a nice SD50 leader flies north at South Amherst.
NS 126 screams past the set of crossings in Bearden behind two of NS's common Dash 9s.
NS T12 tops the slight grade in Fountain City, Tennessee behind an Ex-Conrail SD40-2 and an Ex-Southern GP38-2.
Here come the next generation of Toyota vehicles! Skimming the rails at a good 55 mph is NS southbound autorack train 285 with a conventional cab Dash 9 leading.
"Puttin' the Bread On the Table" is this southbound loaded grain train cruising along the welded rail of the CNO&TP on a mighty frigid afternoon. It is so cold that just adjacent to the right of t... (more)
Looking back into my files, I found the Southern Railway heritage unit leading NS Loudon Local T69 west from John Sevier Yard in the summer of 2014.
A northbound roadrailer flies over New River on this cold winter day.
NS sent me a surprise when I left school today, and I went out and grabbed it! A big thank you goes out to all our Veterans, past, present, and future.
The daily eastbound stack train from the CNO&TP glides down the OPM, or Old Passenger Main, a term at Sevier for this single track derived from this being the line where hotshot passenger trains w... (more)
A Norfolk Southern local cruises west through Mascot. He is passing a camp train that has been sitting in the maintenance spur for going on three months now. Just by looking at this train, you cou... (more)
NS local T12 charges out of the siding northbound to Clinton after nearly an hour wait for NS stack train 23G to battle Copper Ridge and clear Bradford, the technical name for the siding in which... (more)
The DPU of stack train 23G cruises in reverse around the sharp curve at Powell.
A trio of BNSF GEs are on the point of an 85 car loaded grain train bound for Loudon, Tennessee.
A dirty and faded EMD Ex- Santa Fe Warbonnet leads two BNSF GE's southbound on the CNO&TP heading to Chattanooga.
A CSX southbound coal train glides through Morley through the tunnel and across the creek, led by a shiny YN3B Boxcar Logo standard cab.