What an odd combination in this era, 54-year old dinosaurs working with the latest products.
Tiny towns with junctions dot the landscape in the northern part of the Hoosier State. Though fewer since the merger flurry, there are still several such as this hamlet where the GTW crossed over... (more)
Former Amtrak units, owned by Age of Steam Roundhouse, configured for freight, await a new owner and meaningful work.
A new unit from OHCR, originally Erie Mining as evidenced by their distinctive options.
Southbound train with mostly ethanol.
The “Silver Meteor” races southward into the neck of the Funnel as a semi-retired ex-military firetruck catches some rays of winter sun.
Late in the day the leader of the “Caitlyn” class roars through our small town headed for a crew change in Bristol.
Westbound intermodal with my first good shot of the new Tier 4s.
Eastbound by a shallow pond that teems with carp this merchandise train is slowing for the many curves that punctuate the short narrows of Holston River’s Middle Fork.
Coming off the former Clinchfield heading for a connection with the old SAL Atlanta Division main at Monroe this loaded coal train is sanding and and roaring to get get a roll on.
A solid string of Fs on SCL was rather odd even in those days. Here a northbound freight of the former ACL, ex AB&C crosses over Southern's GS&F line. Former Seaboard Savannah-Montgomery line di... (more)
EB merchandise with a GEnder bender in late afternoon light
Lancaster & Chester’s crew tied up their train in the small yard and went to the feed mill to get an empty NS unit grain train. They are heading now west to the NS interchange in Chester.
A Lancaster & Chester crew is making up an empty unit train to return to home rails at Chester.
The Herzog Automated Conveyor Train has done it’s thing so the power is running to the other end to head back east.