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  1. Late Afternoon A41

    Late Afternoon A41

    The late afternoon January sun lights the nose of NS 3306 SD40-2 as NS Central of Georgia Local Train A41 waits on the NS P-Line's main line for a meet with the East bound NS 334. High hoods like this motor are a dying breed, soon to be gone for good. Shoot them while you can.
  2. Sticking The Nose Through The Signals

    Sticking The Nose Through The Signals

    NS Local Train A41 pushes through the block signals on the West end of Alexander City, (downtown) Alabama heading West on the NS P-Line.
  3. Still Blue In Kellyton

    Still Blue In Kellyton

    NS Local Train A48 has the blue up front as it comes out of the curve in Kellyton, AL.
  4. NS 921 In The Setting Sun

    NS 921 In The Setting Sun

    The pine trees glow a weird color as NS Train 921 heads west into the setting sun in Alexander City, AL.
  5. High Hoods On The NS P-Line

    High Hoods On The NS P-Line

    A trio of 30+ year old high hoods leads NS Alabama Division Local Train A48 Eastbound on the NS P-Line coming into Alexander City, AL. This is on the former Central of Georgia main between Columbus, GA and Birmingham, AL.
  6. The GrandLuxe Journey Tours train Amtrak 017

    The GrandLuxe Journey Tours train Amtrak 017

    Here the GrandLuxe Train is seen at the full authorized speed of 55 MPH on the NS P-Line through Gold Ridge, (Gold Hll) Alabama heading West from Columbus, GA to Birmingham, AL.
  7. Leaving Town

    Leaving Town

    Central of Georgia train NS A41 gets under way as the crew begins pulling out of downtown Alexander City, AL after a meet with the Eastbound NS 334. Seen here is a classic high hood EMD GP38-2, still around and kicking after more than 30 years on the job!
  8. Hatchett Creek Trestle

    Hatchett Creek Trestle

    This is a ground level shot of the North side of the high, Hatchett Creek Trestle in Goodwater, Coosa County, Alabama. The water here is normally much higher than this photo shows. This area of Alabama, and in fact most of the state, has seen a extreme drought over the Summer of 2007 and the...
  9. East Bound At The Brickyard

    East Bound At The Brickyard

    NS 334 passes the MP388.8 as it makes its way up the long grade of Trammalls Hill heading East toward Columbus, GA.
  10. East Bound At The Brickyard

    East Bound At The Brickyard

    Here is the East bound NS 334 rolling past what NS calls "The Brickyard" on the East end of Sylacauga, AL. The term "Brickyard" refers to what once was the Sylacauga Brick Manufactuing Plant that was in the location that now is occupied by Bama Budweiser. This location is the...
  11. Out Of Fuel On The NS CofGa Alabama Main

    Out Of Fuel On The NS CofGa Alabama Main

    NS 136 sits on the main line in Alexander City, AL dead in the water after running out of fuel in both motors.




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