The New York Central heritage unit leads coal loads destined for Purvis, MS down the AGS. The rear of the train can be seen in the distance passing under Interstate 59.
Coal loads for Alabama Power's Plant Miller in Palos arrive at the north end of the coal train holding yard at Quinton.
A quartet of matched SD70MACs leads Palos coal empties by the north end of Clifton Siding. A fifth MAC was on the rear providing DPU duties.
The NS F-units roar through tiny Burnsville, MS, with an inspection trip headed east from Memphis towards Sheffield and Chattanooga, and further east in the coming days.
NS OCS is making some serious time over the gently rolling terrain at Barton, approaching the lunch stop at Sheffield Yard.
NS A-B-B-A F-units highball east with an inspection trip from Memphis to Chattanooga. The clouds seen in the background are from thunderstorms in central Tennessee.
It's a muggy June evening as an NS OCS deadhead move to Memphis passes through Bridgeport on CSX rails.
Scherer coal empties utilize the CSX trackage rights between Wauhatchie, TN and Stevenson, AL. An NS crew will operate the train but it will run with a CSX 'Z' symbol between those points.
When not on NS mainline tours, Southern 630 earns her keep on TVRM’s “bread and butter” operation, the Missionary Ridge Local, a six-mile round trip ride on the outskirts of Chattanooga.
Recently repainted 'boxcar' logo GP38-2 reposes at Oakworth Yard. This unit is former Conrail 8163.
A trio of EMD SD60-series locomotives leads a southbound mixed freight down the AGS.
GSMR Nantahala Gorge excursion train is just out of Bryson City, headed west on the former Southern Railway Murphy Branch.
GSMR excursion train passes through Almond, headed for the Nantahala Gorge. This is the former Southern Railway Murphy Branch.