M88 splits the signals at Borderland as the remnants of the previous days snow start to melt away.
On a slightly cooler that recent July afternoon, Eastbound autoracks pass through Borderland behind a standard cab SD70 leader.
194 crosses over from Main 1 to Main 2 at Borderland with an ES44AC and a newly rebuilt SD70ACU leading the way.
A short Eastbound work train rolls through Borderland behind a freshly repainted Dash 9 and a new ET44AC.
The Savannah & Atlanta heritage unit leads 217 Westbound through Borderland, passing the West End of the interlocking.
Eastbound 188 passes the Borderland Baptist Church on a warm spring afternoon.
A colorful lashup consisting of a CN ES44AC, a KCS SD70ACe, and 3 NS motors, lead ethanol train 64M through Borderland.
With a pair of BNSF Dash 9's for power, ethanol train 64A rolls through the interlocking at Borderland.
18M passes through Borderland, a few miles from a crew change at Williamson.
Eastbound 272 sits on main 1, beside 861 on the middle track, both stopped at Borderland due to congestion ahead in Williamson.
The Penn Central heritage unit leads 188 Eastbound through Borderland, passing Borderland Baptist Church.
A light GP50 is the sole power on J15, headed East through Borderland.
Eastbound empty coal hoppers roll through Borderland with a nice all-EMD consist, including a brand new SD70ACe, SD70, and ex-Susquehenna SD70M.
Eastbound coal loads from Pennsylvania parallel US 119 through Borderland, only a few miles away from Williamson.
U05 sits stopped just West of the signals at Borderland, waiting for the conductor to throw the switch to the middle track.