GNRR 4125 leads the Tate turn through the sag and tight curve on the homestretch to the yard in Elizabeth. The train is passing over the bridge over Interstate 75.
CSX Q667 rolls over the South Fork River bridge on the CSX Abbeville Sub near the milepost 490. The bridge was modernized by SCL with concrete piers replacing the original wooden trestle approache... (more)
CSX Q667 soars over North Avenue and the Oconee River as it heads south on the Abbeville Sub.
CSX Q619-19 rumbles through Statham with a good looking YN2 SD70MAC on the point. After chasing the train from Athens I finally got a little break in the haze right before sunset.
CSX Q619-19 roars upgrade at Harper siding with a somewhat rare YN2 SD70MAC on the point.
Once there was one, now there are none At the time NS 6773 was one of three SD60M's remaining in blue, within weeks the other two went in for black paint. The 6773 remained last blue standi... (more)
A critter in its natural habitatGold Kist 93, a heavily rebuilt ALCO, sits outside the Gold Kist commerce feedmill after finishing its daily chores.
NS P11 rumbles over I-85 at track speed with a faded ex-LMS C40-8W on the point.
Not much of a traffic disruption today in downtown Commerce as a short 8 car P11 behind a grungy ex-LMS leader eases through town. The Toyota plant is operating significantly below capacity due to... (more)
A four pack of NS geeps with a High-hood GP38-2 on the point leads G2A towards Austell.
NS 40A diverges from the siding at Oostanagula after meeting a northbound stack train with a nice HH SD40-2 on the point, a rare site on roadtrains these days.
NS 923 siding to the main at Sandy with a rare HLCX blue SD60 on the point.
The GNRR Tate turn heads through the Marble plant at Nelson. This unique scene has not changed much since L&N days
GNRR 8705 backs into the overgrown siding at Gober to pick up a couple of grain cars to take south.
NS 348 gets moving again at Austell with a rare GP38-2 leader. We initially saw this train departing Inman and decided to go to Mableton to see what the power was and got this surprise. The train ... (more)