Tag: Coleman Road

Roadscapes: The Deadly ALDOT Mentality Over The US 431 Anniston Eastern Bypass

So it happened again, in only a 1 1/2 year period since the Anniston Eastern Bypass fully opened in December 2015 and US 431 was placed onto the road.  Another 18 wheeler […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: Two New Road Drawings And A Traffic Light Video

This week on Roadscapes Wednesday, I am featuring two brand new road drawings!  The first road drawing is a new year’s special.  Imagine you are on a highway and are faced with […]

Trainscapes: September 2014 Coleman Road Train Video

On this Trainscapes post, I am featuring a new video from the Coleman Road railroad crossing.  This video features a Amtrak train zipping on by after stopping to pick up passengers at […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: More Issues Along Greenbrier Dear Road

It’s time for Roadscapes Wednesday on Thursday!  And on this edition, I am addressing a problem, where you can barely see the painted lines on a major road.  If this was some […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: New Road Paint Along Coleman Road

So last week the city of Anniston finally painted some new road lines along Coleman Road.  At first, it looks nice but you soon realize that they did a very poor job […]

Coleman Road Train Action In Anniston

Easter weekend is always quiet, so I decided to head on down to the local train track to get some train shots.  Here are some Norfolk Southern and Amtrak photo shots!  Enjoy! […]

Redoing the Coleman Road Train Crossing

Things are quiet right now with it being Winter.  So on Saturday I went down the street to photograph another train.  Right now, work is ongoing to replace worn out crossties and […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: Coleman Road In Anniston

It’s time to open up the Geek Alabama Super-Duper Mailbag!  And this week I got a e-mail talking about Coleman Road in Anniston.  If you want to ask me anything e-mail me […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: Rough Crossing

At times when I travel on Coleman Rd. here in Anniston and Oxford you have to go across a busy railroad crossing run by Norfolk Southern.  The problem with this crossing is […]

%d bloggers like this: