Now that Y194 has pushed its cut of cars into the bowl tracks of the S&NA yard for classification, the 4.5 units of Z762 can finally break away from their very long train residing on track 4 and h... (more)
Orange Crush Wearing brand new paint and leading an all-orange Genesee & Wyoming consist for today’s Z762, the six axle MB 3402 pulls a very long train of boxcars around the Alabama River ... (more)
Running long hood forward all the way from Meridian, the MB 3401 leads a rather large and interesting consist complete with a G&W slug in the mix as it begins to head into the S&NA yard.
Although it looks like part of today’s Z762 consist, the CSXT 2636 is actually one track over from the orange painted leader as it slowly enters into the yard at Montgomery.
A short Z762 with mostly all boxcars is pulled into the “4 Fairgrounds” track behind the uncommon sight of only two locomotives. At least four units is the normal amount of power this train is ty... (more)
The Z man, as it’s sometimes called over the radio, keeps on moving through the outskirts of the capital city where odd things can be found. This TV frame has obviously seen better days as the 10... (more)
The Z man starts to throttle up to the blistering speed of 10mph as he passes a semaphore signal always displaying an “approach” at the Air Base Blvd road. This is the second semaphore more)
The "Z Man", as it's usually called over the radio, departs Montgomery in a rather unusual manner. Instead of coming out of the S&... (more)
The always elusive Z762 departs Montgomery and is seen passing underneath I-65 on its way out of town.
The always elusive Z762 with 4-axle power makes a daylight appearance as it takes a circuitous route around the Alabama River on a picture perfect day. This train is always so much fun to catch.
The rare to catch Meridian & Bigbee transfer train, slowly crawls out of Montgomery towards home rails.
A very long mixed freight led by 4 GP38s makes its way out of Montgomery yard.
Two interesting paint schemes inhabit Montgomery Yard this morning, Y190 with an ex-Conrail shoves on some cars while this recently repainted Bay Line Geep shows off its new owner's colors.