The sweet early morning light bathes 336 as it's led across the large fill between North Auburn and West Opelika. This is the same fill that J. Parker Lamb has made magnificent photos from.
Another looker, the CNR's Burrard basks in the remaining glow of the day just east of the 10th St. overpass.
One of the most impressive Convention attendees, this Great Northern beauty stands betwixt the Burlington Depot and the Omaha Union station.
Even more amazing than the DD40X, was the UP Big Boy at the Omaha Botanical Gardens.
A pair of yard engines idle amongst the golden flowers and cement hoppers between Seward Ave. and Abbott Dr.
A gaggle of high hooded Southern geeps occupy the house track at Chamblee before the shadows get long.
A dying breed.
951 zips across the Coosa River with the UP business train in tow.
A cement train waits for a signal at Tallapoosa with some threatening clouds to the north.
A southbound manifest at Waring has a huge consist, not to mention they're all NS! Also note the separation of the EMD/GE's by the air and fuel tanks.
An interesting, and rarely photographed view at 1/25ths. Taken while on the Hiwassee Loop Excursion
The Hiwassee Loop excursion has just finished boarding before starting the eventful trip to Farner, TN. The 710 would later strike a fallen tree (which required the use of a chainsaw) and also str... (more)
Classic meets modern in downtown Atlanta. Go figure, a CSX GE Widecab almost ruined the shot, but one has to improvise in these situations and work with what you get.
This was a nice catch, too bad the Rio Grande unit was trailing.
736's DPU keeps on pushing as the train accelerates towards Bridgeport.