Photos donated by Emanuel Neiconi:
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The last unit in the consist is a slighly uncommon B40-8, most of which CSX acquired from the New York, Susquehanna & Western.

Photo by Emanuel Neiconi · File Size: 83 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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With paint already peeling off, SD60M 6362 is still going strong, on the lead of a mixed freight leaving Norris Yard, with C44-9W 9607 trailing.

Photo by Emanuel Neiconi · File Size: 171 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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Racing across the forest just past Trafford, AL, a mixed freight train is shaking the northern tressle behind SD70M 4113, GP60 5887 and SD40-2 3926.

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A trio of CSX engines, AC4400CW 262, AC4400CW 295 and C40-8W 7888 is shaking the northern tressle just beyond Trafford, AL, with a fully-loaded intermodal train.

Photo by Emanuel Neiconi · File Size: 75 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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Here is another shot of the train with the Spirit of Nashville in it as the power returns to couple on to their train.

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Emanuel was in the right place at the right time to catch SD70MAC 789, the Spirit of Nashville in Tarrant City, AL. Unfortunately he had left his cameras at home and had to rush to a nearby store and purchase a disposable camera to grab these shots.

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Auto rack/container/trailer train leaving Birmingham, AL. NS C40-9 8881 on the point, NS C40-9W 9044 trailing

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Auto rack/container/trailer train leaving Birmingham, AL. NS C40-9 8881 on the point, NS C40-9W 9044 trailing

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Double-stack train leaving Birmingham, AL. Emanuel found it interesting to see two ex BN engines no ATSF - usually they're coupled in a consist, ex BN SD40-2 7921 on the point, ex BN SD40-2 7024 trailing

Photo by Emanuel Neiconi · File Size: 78 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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Double-stack train entering Birmingham, AL. KCS SD40-2 628 on the point, NS B32-8 3558 trailing, KCS SD40-2 601 trailing

Photo by Emanuel Neiconi · File Size: 98 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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Emanuel caught this CSX freight near Tarrant City, AL.

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Here is a close up of the GCFX unit on the point. What a classy looking paint job!

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A three-unit power set comprised of CSX 6351, RMGX 5016 and CSX 8418 near Tarrant City, AL.

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WHOE 1186 serving on the Sequatchie Valley railroad that operates between South Pittsburgh and Bridgeport, AL

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Second unit in the consist is an SD40-2.

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Double-stack train entering Birmingham, AL. KCS SD40-2 628 on the point, NS B32-8 3558 trailing, KCS SD40-2 601 trailing

Photo by Emanuel Neiconi · File Size: 88 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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Here, Emanuel caught a CSX local switching in Tarrant City, AL.

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Another shot of the CSX local switching in Tarrant City, AL.

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Emanuel was able to catch a pair of NS units waiting for instructions. The units were NS 3218 and NS 3283. This was also near Birmingham.

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