The daily NS 334 freight train comes off the NA/West End District on onto the East End District for a quick run to Irondale for a crew change and then a southeastern journey to Columbus, GA on the... (more)
Two KCS 70MACs pull the colorful 24E domestic intermodal train onto the East End District as it prepares to pound the diamonds at the 32nd street interlocking.
22R eases off the AGS South and onto the East End District with a train load of Alabama built Mercedes vehicles as it passes the National Historic Landmark Sloss Furnaces and heads towards the Eas... (more)
Hot intermodal train, NS 220, has just run around freight train 198 on the left and starts to cross onto the East End District for the fast journey to Atlanta with a dandy of a MAC on the point.
NS 130 slowly makes its way onto the East End District as it is about to cross over the famous 32nd Street Interlocking in Birmingham, AL.
69J and its load of coal fly ash head south through the Magic City as they take their load to the Arrowhead Landfill in Uniontown, Alabama on a gorgeous Rocktober afternoon.
NS train 153 crosses the Tallapoosa River on a hot, muggy Sunday afternoon.
After allowing Amtrak 20 to pass it on the Passenger main, 21R comes off of the newly installed second Passenger main with a fresh crew and heads towards Birmingham.
The sun peaks out from behind the clouds as 225 waits at 32nd street for some traffic to clear up ahead of him.
Man and his machine. With their work nearly done, the conductor of AB10 applies the derail as his engines head onto a siding off of the East End District and back towards Irondale.
What are you, boy... yellow?!? A lone UP leader drags NS articulated racks back to Mercedes-Benz in Vance, AL. Once loaded, they'll head back to Brunswick, GA for export. The Vance plant recent... (more)
With a fresh crew on board, 21R starts it journey to downtown Birmingham where it will crossover the AGS South District onto the NA/West End District at the 32 St. Interlocker.
Local railfans were enthralled that the 4610 was tied down on the house track in Anniston all weekend!
22G holds up in the siding while Amtrak 19, the southbound Crescent, blasts off from its station stop in Anniston.
A single UP GEVO leads 22G into Edwardsville.