The Proctor Transfer heads up Steelton Hill, displaying the changes in GE's Tier 3 & 4 radiators.
NS local G23 has pulled onto mainline yard limits to clear the lead and allow the Sandersville Deepstep Job to drop its 26 cars of woodchips & kaolin clay.
Crew Y13211 has relieved the inbound which dogged while setting off intermodal at Hulsey Yard. They're exiting 'Underground Atlanta' and trading the old Georgia RR for the W&A at Circle Connectio... (more)
Train Q51304 assaults the 1.8% Cumberland Escarpment with 3 GEs up front and another pair shoving on the rear end as helper J29705.
With only the first ECO/Slug set on-line, East Point yard job GE44 drags 7 motors and 49 loaded auto racks to Industry Yard.
With a thunderstorm forming to the East, an empty grain train passes an increasingly rare independently owned hardware store.
Cows and cowls.
Chattanooga knows what's up and they're not afraid to show it.
She may look like a dirty pirate hooker now, but once upon a time every boy in town was chasing after her.
An ex-CSX AC6000CW heads into the sunset, both literally and figuratively. These AC6000CWs were leased to NS for what was probably their last revenue miles in North America and as of Q1 2019, are... (more)
Say what you will about the paint scheme, but it sure does stand out in a crowd of catfish... seen here rolling through the southern foothills of the Appalachian Mountains 85 miles from it's origi... (more)
The Lehigh Valley saw a lot of Georgia in Q1 2019.
Local C710 shuttles 18 wells of ISO containers to the Appalachian Regional Port just north of Chatsworth, GA. The traffic originated at the Port of Savannah and connected in Atlanta of Q197.
With 85 grain loads from Tipton, IN on the drawbar, 42G crests Braswell Mountain on its way to feeding the cluckers around Baldwin, GA.
“Atlanta North to 285, don’t know why it did you like that but going in and out at Aragon and Ollie, straight to the mountain and see 288 there.”