Although they have NERR on the cab and wear BNSF numbers, it's got to be getting hard to find an all Santa Fe painted consist in 2010.
Nashville & Ashland City RR 0009 posing during the first year of operations on the former TC/IC line from Nashville to Hopkinsville.
With the crew change complete, Q595 is about to depart Kayne Avenue on the last leg of its trip to Birmingham, AL.
The railroad themed Demonbreun Street Viaduct blocks most of the view of Union Station as V227 prepares to depart Kayne Ave. for the TVA Steam Plant at Widows Creek, AL.
It’s a winter wonderland, well by Nashville standards anyways. Q129 crosses over the Bicentennial Mall Bridge on clear winters day.
Employees of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus watch as the Elephants are loaded on the train; it’s amazing to watch the Elephants climb into the railcar with only vocal instructions.
G234 waits for a new crew on Track 3 while T080 comes in for a crew change on Track 12. All the action at Kayne Ave. is also being captured by fellow RP contributor Mike Dowell.
A former LMX B39-8 and 2 former BNSF B23-7’s sit awaiting the next assignment in Nashville & Eastern’s Southern Junction Yard
CSX Q535 passes the Nashville Union Station and is about to duck under Broadway, unfortunately the second unit, CSXT 4589 the “Spirit of Nashville” was not leading.
Two SW1500’s switch the small yard at Kayne Ave. on a clear fall afternoon, the Demonbreun Street Bridge is decked out with Nashville Predators “Smashville” banners for the opening of the NHL Hock... (more)
AMTK #53 "The Floridian" leaves Nashville Union Station.
Q647 literally rolls through the walls of Nashville National Cemetery, passing the markers of those who served, fought & died for our freedom.
A faded & burned pumpkin leads Q649 over the Cumberland River swing bridge just north of downtown Nashville.
Q645 passes the graves of some of the 35,148 soldiers & relatives interred at the Nashville National Cemetery.
A couple veterans drag a long distance Waycross-Chicago freight through the fall colors of Bi-Centennial Park. The "Southwest Territory" became a state in 1796, the 16th state admitted to the Unio... (more)