A pair of CIT leasers bracket DM&E's City of Highmore, making for a colorful Nahant, IA to St Paul, MN freight.
I was never a fan of Sega, but the aptly named Sonic Bonnet brings out the hedgehog in me.
The Central of Georgia leads Elkhart-Macon train 177, snaking up the grade out of Pumpkinvine Creek.
A colorful pair lead empty grain south on the Georgia Northeastern, with 33 empty CSX corn & 3 empty private soybean hoppers on the drawbar.
The nose headlight gives away the BNSF heritage, starting life hauling coal, grain & lumber as BN 8166, but now handling local chores on this Rome to Dallas local.
A pair of ECOs have escaped their roost at Howells Yard, with the class motor leading this precisionally schedulified Atlanta-Cartersville Turn.
A trio of SD60's dynamic brakes keep 174 in check descending Braswell Mountain.
After New Years, the Blue Ridge Scenic shuts down and the power is brought to Tate for servicing. The surplus power was also put to use in freight service, including the Tate-Elizabeth road freig... (more)
South Siding Switch Camanche was the place to be, with blue & yellow power still preferred over CP leasers approximately 18 months after the takeover. While the town is named after the Indian Nat... (more)
When a non-AC motor leads a GE widecab and a train touching 3 hump yards was not out of the ordinary... Q375 departs Willard after block swapping on it's way from Cumberland to Cincinnati with a G... (more)
A stacker takes #3 around the south side of Willard Hump on it's way towards Chicago.
Corbin, KY to Tyrone, GA system solar powered GPS ballast hoppers snake through what was formerly Elizabeth, GA.
A Cincy-Atlanta freight passes the former Western & Atlantic Passenger Station, now the Marietta Welcome Center.
Macon to Linwood freight 118 descends the short 1% grade to Peachtree Creek. In the background is hipsterific "White Provision Company" an old warehouse that was previously a U-Haul tem... (more)
G99, pinch hitting for G04 on the weekends, passes one of the few remaining Central of Georgia signals. C.P. Lee is odd, as it's an absolute hold out signal only for northbounds, but no signal ex... (more)