Locomotives Chattooga and Chickawauga Railway (CCKY) idle coupling chemical tank cars Bainbridge Macon Georgia

First Presbyterian Church – Americana Collection

Chattooga and Chickawauga Railway (CCKY) locomotives idle while waiting to couple and uncouple chemical tank cars in Bainbridge, Georgia. The Chattooga and Chickawauga Railway (CCKY) is owned by the Georgia Department of Transportation and operated by CAGY Industries, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc. The operating lease was acquired in 2008 by Genesee & Wyoming Inc.

camera: Nikon D3 | lens: Nikkor VR Zoom 24-70mm f/2.8G
focal length: 24mm | exposure: f/11 – 1/400 – ISO 500

Canadian Pacific Railway locomotive signal Minot North Dakota

Canadian Pacific Railway – Americana Collection

A Canadian Pacific Railway locomotive sits at a signal in Ward County, Minot, North Dakota. According to the Canadian Pacific Railway web site, "Canadian Pacific is a transcontinental railway in Canada and the United States with direct links to major ports on the west and east coasts. CP provides North American customers a competitive rail service with access to key markets in every corner of the globe."

camera: Nikon D3 | lens: Nikkor VR Zoom 55-200mm f/4-5.6G IF-ED
focal length: 200mm | exposure: f/11 – 1/1600 – ISO 500

source: https://cpconnectingcanada.ca/our-history/

Locomotives from The Bay Line Heart of Georgia Genesee Wyoming rumble Macon Georgia

The Bay Line – Americana Collection

Locomotives from The Bay Line, Heart of Georgia, and Genesee & Wyoming rumble over rails near the Old Macon Fairgrounds in Macon, Georgia. According to the Genesee & Wyoming web site, "Today, BAYL is one of G&W’s Southern Region railroads. It is 108 miles long and handles nearly 30,000 carloads of freight per year. Commodities transported include aggregates, brick and cement, chemicals, coal, food and feed products, forest products and metallic ores, and minerals as well as steel and scrap."

camera: Nikon D3 | lens: Nikkor VR Zoom 24-70mm f/2.8G
focal length: 45mm | exposure: f/11 – 1/100 – ISO 500

source: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/bay_line_railroad/bayl-history