Just got parked and had enough time to get over on the other side of the tracks and capture NS 172 NB on track 1 in Mt. Airy, GA .
Trailing NS 212 by several minutes, NS P90 clears track 2 in Mt. Airy in route to Toccoa, GA .
It is always a joy to catch NS 212 coming through Mt. Airy. First you hear them call the signal and blow the horns in Cornelia, then the "music to my ears" rumble from the locomotives a... (more)
This is another botched radio transmission on my end. I understood the conductor to call out the signal as NS 20A. As you can tell, it is an empty stack train movement. If anyone has any inform... (more)
Not exactly sure if this is NS 172 or not. I was expecting a Southbound movement with NS 237 when this train rounded the curve in Mt. Airy and was approaching slowly and then stopped and cut-out ... (more)
NS P90 Clearing track 2 in Mt. Airy.
NS 212 clearing track 1 in Mt. Airy while a Southbound NS 203 approaches on track 2. Then I can return to my Sausage, Egg, & Cheese Biscuit.
Having met 238 and 154 to the North of here, NS 213 hammers down on the main track in Cornelia, while NS P37 awaits there turn to get out and do some more work in Baldwin.
NS 204 running into the wind here in Mount Airy on this beautiful but very chilly morning in Northeast Georgia.
NS 212 highballing up track 2 in Mount Airy, running just at an hour behind NS 204.
NS 213 chugging up the hill in Mt. Airy, on a warm but relaxed Sunday evening in Northeast Georgia.
Fresh from a meet with NS 237 at CP Baldwin, NS M72 is the first of three trains headed North on track 2 through CP Mt. Airy. This was a successful fishing trip!! :)
Having just met NS 237 at CP Baldwin, NS 154 has a clear signal in track 2 while running right at 20 minutes behind NS M72.
Running 20 minutes behind NS 154, NS 172 clear's the signal on track 2 in Mt. Airy as NS 237 continues it's track South toward Inman yard in Atlanta, GA .
NS 51Q having just cleared track 1 at CP Yonah, continues its track Southward as it nears the town of Lula, GA on a calm mild early Spring afternoon.