ATN's Guntersville Turn, a train which works the northern part of the ATN between here and Gadsden
a rough-looking pair of former CN units work a grain elevator just off highway 431
another interesting consist on the ATN: an Omnitrax GP38-2 (with no dynamic brakes), an Omnitrax GP20, and a Locomotive Leasing Partners (LLPX) former CSX Maintenance of Way GP40 lead the Guntersv... (more)
a cloud of dust and sand erupts from LLPX 3102 as she switches industries along the lakefront in Guntersville; the unit still wears CSX Maintenance of Way orange
a trio of Larry's Truck and Electric (former SP) lease units leads ATN train 390 towards CSX's Boyles Yard
ATN's Guntersville Turn is on its way back to Gadsden with LTEX (former SP) SD45R 7444 accompanying FCR 2002 (FCR are the reporting marks for the Atlanta area’s Fulton County Railway, another Omni... (more)
Guntersville is the northern terminus of the ATN; this was once NC&StL territory and rail traffic moved between here and Huntsville via barge on the Tennessee River, since the hilly terrain preven... (more)
ATN's Guntersville Turn switches next to the beautifully restored depot in Guntersville, which contains a small museum that is open by appointment
A pure SP tunnel motor and an Omnitrax GP20 switch the Sand Mountain Industrial Park; this line is the former CSX Alabama Mineral Subdivision, now leased to Omnitrax and operated as the ATN.
an unusual consist of an unpatched SP tunnel motor (leased by LTEX, Larry's Truck and Electric) and an Omnitrax GP20 climbs the grade up Sand Mountain with the return trip of ATN's Guntersville Tu... (more)
OMLX 2001 was built as Illinois Terminal 2001, has worked for N&W, NS, CKRY, GRR and HBRY. Fuji Sensia 100, Olympus OM-4t, Zuiko 85mm f2.
A quartet of former SP units, now owned by Larry's Truck and Electric and leased for operations on the ATN, round a curve as they approach the end of their trip from Gadsden.