Say a prayer for me
I'm buried by the sound
In a world of human wreckage
- Plowed - Sponge -
For a lot of reasons, these lyrics are apropos.
NS 23N-10 is running over CSX trackage rights from Wauhatchie, TN to Stevenson, AL as CSX Z38010. While I wish it was still SD70 2524, I do like the look of the ACC rebuilds.
A Georgia Northeastern combined grain & road freight with 6 motors has the pride of the fleet leading, an ex-Kennecott Copper GP39-2.
The purple of Wisteria adds color to an already vibrant scene as NS' Honoring First Responders locomotive leads Cedartown to Carrollton turn G01.
A Georgia Northeastern empty grain train heads south over the Little River.
A little N&W on the old Southern RR, bringing a Charlotte-Atlanta intermodal to the train's terminus, though all the intermodal is longer haul and will continue beyond ATL.
GNRR's Tate to Elizabeth road freight is running early, with a Blue Ridge Scenic GP18 in the lead of 26 cars.
16 cylinders and 38 loads of limestone disturb a few birds and not much else on a quiet Monday morning.
The fleur-de-lis on the bridge fence are a nice touch. UP YAV07 10 pilots MLIGN 09 over the NS Back Belt, formerly New Orleans Terminal Company, which still serves as the de-facto terminal railro... (more)
I was pretty happy to have the 3002 leading one of the recently purchased ex-NS motors. Hopefully the C40-8's will be re-painted soon!
Raised signal boxes, climbing vines and the Public Belt = New Orleans.
UP transfer crew YAV10 13 brings MLIGN 12 across the NS Back Belt. In a quarter mile, it'll take a left turn onto CSX to Gentilly Yard.
Returning from interchange with the CN, local A72 trundles along the Back Belt.
Most people don't know that dash dash dot dash is Morse Code for train.
23N curves through the middle of nowhere, exactly where I was happy to be after a long week at work.