The Southbound freight train passes some brilliant fall colors on its way to Atlanta.
The one and only "EsPee" HLCX SD40-2R Nș6341 leads the charge along with the HLCX SD40-2 7201 on the Blue Island bound K628 as it passes through downtown Cartersville, Ga.
Before the weather took a turn for the worse, a pair of dark blue SD40-2s, one company power and the other a rent-a-wreck, lead a Herzog train south by the depot in Cartersville.
A loaded rail train heads south with a paired up GP40-2/Roadslug set in the "How Tomorrow Moves" paint scheme.
The Spirit of Benning heads south leading a work train of gondolas into Cartersville.
A mexican ACe leads a Nashville to Atlanta manifest through Cartersville with engineer Justin at the throttle.
Cartersville based local jobs watch as a pair of Canadian National SD70M-2's pull a long Q211-01 down the main.
A rather large power move from Nashville prepares to take the wye that connects the W&A and K&A bound for Etowah,TN and Corbin,KY.
Looking south off the Porter Street overpass
A KCS/CP Gevo duo powers ethanol train K413-25 (Bensenville,IL - Cartersville,GA) past milepost 418 on the K&A sub.
A look at Wyvern Yard
A700 peels away from Cartersville near Sugar Valley Road along the former Seaboard Air Line. The Cartersville line still lives despite the Birmingham line serving as a bike trail.