Surrounded by new construction, Nashville Union Station is from a time of less shiny, windowy construction.
A Montgomery to Louisville rack train curves off the SN&A North line through the formerly industrial gulch area of Nashville. The area is quickly becoming gentrified as Nashville continues to gro... (more)
She may be jaded and faded, but it's likely the last Warbonnet SD75I I'll ever shoot. I'm glad I drug the kids out for this one.
With BMW autos from Greer, SC up front, Charleston-Atlanta intermodal 237 dodges the shadows on the fill at White Sulphur.
After meeting 4 southbounds on the double track at Gainesville, 222 pulls away at New Holland. The delay allowed for low evening light at the only location that provides good afternoon lighting o... (more)
According to a friend, the cones on this wooden bridge aren't just for repairs and the wooden bridge is planned for replacement. If so, it'll be the second wooden bridge I've shot the Southern He... (more)
Manifest 361-06 meets empty grainer 41G-04 at the north end of the double track over Braswell Mtn. The rebuilt AC44C6Ms are DPU equipped and have been leading many of the new DPUed general freigh... (more)
One of a small group of units to get white on black numberboard in the mid-2010s, this GEVO has 87 loads of Archer-Daniels-Midland grain well under control coming off the tail end of the Appalachi... (more)
Heavy dynamic braking in the crisp morning air. Unfortunately, it got too hot way too fast.
As part of Precision Scheduled Railroading, 27A is now handling intermodal to McCalla Intermodal Terminal, which connects at Inman Yard in Atlanta.
Gradients of green cause my gaw to gurgitate... no guff.
Atlanta-Memphis 23N is detouring via Birmingham today due to 736 derailing 26 cars in Woodville, AL early this morning. It made for a good afternoon.
I like my women and railroad grades curvy with lots of action.
Steamship boxes add some color to the green hues of spring.
An extra Atlanta-Memphis intermodal is the last train of the day. No drones here, I get my elevation the old fashioned way.