TVRM's Southern 630 leads its train south for Summerville.
Southbound NS 223 nears Atlanta as it passes through Austell.
A track geometry train heads east by Bremen Georgia.
With fog and low hanging clouds dominating the mountains
southbound NS 177 hustles along in the valley below as it heads towards Chattanooga.
A loaded coal train nears Atlanta as it negotiates the S curve at Dallas Georgia.
NS 174 heads north with one of the horse mane painted units up front.
One of the few grey KCS SD70ACe's along with a BC Rail
unit lead a northbound CSX rack train by Banklick Kentucky.
CSX GP38-2S 6397 the former RF&P 145 leads local job Y129 south away from Watson Yard headed for Louisville.
Southbound LIRC JXTR waits his turn to cross at Clagg as a loaded coal barge proceeds down stream on the Ohio.
Almost forty-five years old NS SD40-2 1643 leads an eastbound local as it waits at 15th St. to proceed. The 1643 was built in July 1974 for the N&W.
Two of the newest NS rebuilds lead westbound 375 into Louisville. SD70ACC 1820 was formerly SD70 2514 while the AC44C6M was Dash 9 8986.
Having just left the Louisville Youngtown yard a local heads for the old fairgrounds.
Four years after the Southern/N&W merger consist like these were on borrowed times as an all Southern team high ball a northbound through Sugar Hill Georgia.
With coal empties in tow Paducah & Louisville's University of Louisville painted MAC and two others head back to western Kentucky for a reload.
After making a fuel stop NS 223 with the 4002 in the
"Horse Mane" scheme up front departs Danville for points south.