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Alabama Southern Railroad Southbound Freight Train Z776 running via trackage rights over CSXT'S Birmingham Mineral Sub at Bessemer, Al. This train used to be the KCS run from Artesia & Tuscaloosa to Birmingham, but now is operated by WATCO/ Alabama Southern Railroad & usually runs with...
This Southbound NS train headed up by the NS 9303 is on the AGS main toward New Orleans in Bessemer, AL. The bridge is a portion of the old ACL Lineville Sub that was abandonded years ago. Notice the ACL logo that can still be seen. The CSX Lineville Sub now joins the CSX S&NA Sub south of...
CSXT Southbound Freight Train Q522 at Bessemer, Al. headed to Brookwood, Al. for interchange to the KCS. Note the friendly wave of engineer & co worker Mike Cunningham as he negotiates the south leg of the wye in Bessemer, Al.
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