Train 346 has averaged around 5mph since departing New Orleans' Oliver Yard on the 24th. But it made for a perfect morning run into Atlanta.
A trainload of brand new ribbon rail from Lima, OH/CFE heads south to Waycross, GA with a pair of once common SD40's.
A long Kansas City, MO-East Point, GA IM/rack train with a pair of DPU's in the middle crosses the Etowah River in Rome, GA.
After the second warmest February on record, Spring came early in Georgia with Bartlett Pear & Red Bud out in full force.
Blast from the past leading a quarter mile of Steel Dynamics Columbia City, IN ribbon rail.
Matched set of old timey -9's and descendents.
346 24 didn't have a great trip from New Orleans, but delays made for a perfect morning run into Atlanta.
Hot Tier 4 action on 90 cars of chicken chow.
Black diamonds used to be the majority of the tonnage on the W&A Subdivision, now it's the exception rather than the norm.
Running conventional with 143 cars of general freight, another CSX manifest navigates the piedmont of North Georgia, albeit relatively slowly, but safely.
A CSX train with manifest & empty autoracks crosses over the recently refurbished Etowah River Bridge.
The Creamsickle Heritage Unit brightens up the southern tip of the Appalachian Mountains.
One of many new and/or re-profiled freights on NS, this New Orleans to Macon train has mixed freight, racks & international stacks.
New Birmingham-Atlanta freight 156 passes Temple's water tower with a nice ACe leader.
The Marietta Switcher works the tank car unloading rack at Kemira Chemicals Inc.