A Hamlet, North Carolina bound mixed freight passes the Plant System depot and recently relocated Atlantic Coast Line caboose.
A Tampa, Florida bound loaded ethanol train has a nice looking YN2 leader and a Tier 4 Norfolk Southern unit in charge of a long string of tank cars.
It was a nice surprise to see the Norfolk Southern Veteran's Unit leading unit rock train 62J. You could tell the train was loaded as both units were in notch 8!
Due to track work on the Fitzgerald Sub, empty ethanol train K422 is traveling south down the Tallahassee Subdivision. The train will turn north at Flomaton, Alabama for the trip back to Illinois... (more)
An ex-Louisville & Nashville EMD unit leads today's A745 on a trip to switch Hood Industries in Metcalf, Georgia. This line was once the Atlantic Coast Line's famous Perry Cut-off which hosted no... (more)
A Saturday edition of "sweeper" train A723 briefly stops in Thomasville Yard for a crew change. The Montgomery to Waycross mixed freight is about to enter the Thomasville Subdivision on... (more)
A Western visitor leads a long string of empty ethanol tank cars past the South End signal at Douglas City. We are not in CTC territory; the signal is merely showing the position of the switch.
Two four axle EMD units (one ex-Conrail and one ex-Baltimore & Ohio) head down an industrial spur to switch a railroad car cleaning operation.
A local "resident" watches a colorful CSX intermodal roll past the siding at Racepond, Georgia.
One of the hottest trains on the CSX system nears the double track at Hague. Soon, the intermodal will turn onto the Nahunta Subdivision in Folkston for the final run to Jacksonville, Florida.
The daily Atlanta to Jacksonville intermodal is almost finished with his journey as he nears the St. John's River and the Florida East Coast Bowden Yard.
It is becoming increasingly harder to find two YN2 units lashed together but we are in luck as today's A724 has two matching AC44CW locomotives. This Waycross to Montgomery "sweeper train&qu... (more)
Today's Norfolk Southern Macon to Valdosta freight is being led by an Operation Lifesaver Dash 9 followed by a standard cab SD70.
An ex-Baltimore & Ohio SD50 leads a northbound empty autorack train through downtown Cordele, Georgia.
Chicago to Waycross mixed freight Q647 is close to home as he rumbles through downtown Cordele, Georgia.