An 25 car long A746 has just gotten out of Montgomery and comes into the Mt. Meigs siding to meet two southbounds on a hot August morning.
The brakemen of A746 climb back aboard their train after a meet with Q145, but will have to wait nearly an hour for a pair of light engines to come from behind and pass them here at Opelika. Afte... (more)
End of the Line After a career of 37 years working for the railroad, "Turkey" as he was known as along the line walks away from his train at Notasulga for the last time. Instead of coupli... (more)
With their days work done, A746 heads into the Notasulga siding to tie down for the evening. They would have made it back to Montgomery on time, but with all the maintenance forces out in full sw... (more)
Safety is a way of life.
A746 rolls through downtown Auburn, while students on the right from one of the University's Architecture classes take some pics of their own.
With the power for A746 currently residing north of Opelika due to a 5 week curfew, we find this ex-Conrail SD60 parked in Cusseta siding as the end of Q614 heads north on the main.
After a meet with Q614 in Opelika, A746 with a pair of classic SD40-2s is seen crossing over N. College St. during a sun lit day in the South.
After a meet with Q602 in Opelika, A746 heads south and passes the recently repainted XXB 121.4 signal.
A746, with its two veteran SD40-2s, idle on a cold November night in the scarcely populated location of Chehaw.
Two veteran SD40-2s with two CSX paint schemes are on the point of A746 today as it is seen backing into the Cusseta siding in preparation of tying down for the day.
One of the major freight and passenger car builders for the railroad industry, Pullman-Standard produced some of the best in luxury and durability as this boxcar complete with original builder's l... (more)
One of the famous logos of the 1970's, the Railbox "X" logo continues to live on as it sees new life on the sides of TBOX and FBOX boxcars.
With a veteran EMD SD50 in the lead, A746 rushes back towards Montgomery on a pleasant Summer afternoon with loads of woodchips from Opelika.
With loads of woodchips and lumber, A746 flies past the Notasulga siding in grand fashion.