Working the Interchange. One of the three SAN jobs of the day picks up some cars from the NS Interchange at Tennille.
Ready to Move. After pulling these cars from a nearby side track, this SAN job waits to enter the yard between Sandersville and Tennille.
By the Church. The Deepstep job passes an iconic church on its way to the yard near Sandersville.
On the Road. The Deepstep job returns to Sandersville with its load of cars.
Through the Roundabout. The crew brings some cars through the roundabout on the way to the yard between Sandersville and Tennille.
Northbound Hotshot. NS 24X brings its high priority load over Lawson's Fork Creek just past Beaumont on its way north on the Southern Main.
Foggy Conditions. The local P77 returns to Andrews Yard amidst some fairly heavy fog.
Remnant Color. The daily 242 passes through the Ditch in Columbia, SC, led by foreign power through some remaining fall colors.
Historic Signals. The daily 24X passes under the remnant SOU signal bridge at Lowell, NC, which has somehow survived the fate that has befallen most old signals on the NS line.
Bridging the Catawba. The daily mixed freight 15R crosses the Catawba River on its way south toward Andrews Yard in Columbia, SC.
Riding the Rails. The ACWR's F9A-B set leads a set of passenger cars from Candor to Charlotte.
Movement. The Georgia Woodlands local steadily moves alongside Sharon Road toward the CSX Interchange at Bennett, GA.
Law Enforcement Leads the Way. I woke up to a notice that an empty coal train was leaving Columbia, SC led by the CSX Law Enforcement unit and heading up the CN&L line toward Clinton, SC. ... (more)
How America Moves. Led by foreign power, this military train moves through Columbia on its way to Charleston, SC. The train is headed into Andrews Yard, where it will not wait long before ... (more)
Departing. After some work in Waynesville, T59 has run around its two cars and is departing town toward the Evergreen Facility where it will do some more work for the day.