After taking a tour of the Charlotte Douglas Internationals Airport, NS 957 leaves the Queen City behind as the 611 ducks under the AT&O Signal Gantry.
NS 338 passes under the endangered Southern-era GRS signals and lattice-style cantilever at AT&O. These will likely be replaced in the coming weeks as the remaining double tracking project between... (more)
After a day plagued with EOT problems north of Linwood, NS 213 finally gets the highball through Charlotte with the Lackawanna heritage unit in charge.
Aberdeen, Carolina & Western 100-27 snakes through Charlotte's historic NoDa District and prepares to enter Norfolk Southern's Liddell Yard near CP AT&O.
Making History; Aberdeen, Carolina & Western train 100-27 pulls south on Norfolk Southern's (former Southern Railway) famous high-speed "Crescent Corridor" between Louisianna and New York. This sc... (more)
Train 73 rolls into its final destination of Charlotte passing by the Southern cantilever on borrowed time at AT&O Jct.
P88 rolls under the the Southern cantilever with its replacement on the ground at AT&O Jct. After several years little to no activity the signal project along the Southern main seems to be in full... (more)
The "queen of steam" leaves the "queen city" behind her as she leaves Charlotte headed back to the NCTM in Spencer NC
N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 working hard as it crests the hill at Charlotte Junction, you can really see the grade here. The line off to the left is the "R-Line" which runs to Columbia.
N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 running the wye at Charlotte's Douglas International Airport before heading back to Spencer.
N&W 611 running the wye at Charlotte's Douglas International Airport. The lead to the intermodal ramp runs inbetween the two major runways and under a taxi way.
The NS 8025 uncouples from its train as they navigate to an open track to back down to a second cut of intermodal.
N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 running the wye at Charlotte Intermodal Facility, preparing to head back to Spencer.