The flowers are in full bloom and the trees are starting to bud...in February. NS 154 makes its way through Bessemer City with "DC to AC" conversion unit 4005 leading.
A short mixed freight pulled by CSXT 93 navigates the rural areas of southern North Carolina on a rather hot day in February.
Clouds build up quickly over Silverstreet, SC, as one of five specially painted AC44C6Ms, 4005, sits in a wood chip plant coupled up to fifteen loads ready to head east to Columbia.
RP contributor Christopher Seay gets photos of 172 navigating the various curves in Cramerton, NC.
A few clouds race across the sky and the moon shines brightly over the small town of Ranlo, NC, housing these two SLRG F40PHs.
CWCY 1747 sits in the yard in Hickory, NC, at dusk.
Family Lines GP16s in 2017!? The sun sets over the small yard of the Caldwell County Railroad in Hickory, NC. The Caldwell owns two SCL Family Lines GP16s. 1811 (to the right) is usually the one s... (more)
The NS P43 holds as the conductor takes the derailer off and unlocks and swings the gate open to start what was a short day of work at the Lubrizol plant with high hood GP38-2 doing the honors for... (more)
Great Walton 3086 sits in Social Circle, GA, still in SP blood nose scheme.
Chessie cat 6525 sits behind an industrial park in Athens, GA, on a cold Winter night.
A cold clear night in Georgia brings out the stars beautifully in Monroe. A line of ex NW now GOMX GP9s sit coupled up to roughly five hopper cars.
Southern Railway 6133 gets a young onlooker enjoying every bit out of seeing a train!
Built for Norfolk Southern in 1955, then bought by Peabody Coal in 1975, NS 1616 sits quietly on display in the Bob Julian roundhouse at the NCTM.
The old Seaboard Coast Line (SCL) depot still stands in Hartsville with semaphores standing beside it in the middle of town.
Southern railway 6133 gets the 11:30am museum train rolling from Barber junction.