Former B&O GP39, 4395 and GP40-2, 6223 switch cars in the yard in Charlotte. I was quite surprised to find this locomotive still lettered B&O!
This is not something you see every day. A steam locomotive and a jet airplane. Yet here in 2017, we have the N&W 611 running the wye at Charlotte's Douglas International Airport. The lead to the ... (more)
N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 working hard as it crests the grade at Charlotte Junction on the former Southern Railway mainline from Atlanta to Washington DC. The line which diverges to the left is the R-... (more)
After having to wait around for PTC issues with 8100 the crew was told to run out of Linwood with it leading till they could swap locomotives. But here is 191 at Charlotte Junction with a heritage... (more)
During its first-ever visit to the Charlotte Regional Intermodal Facility, Norfolk and Western 611 eases along between the airport runways as they prepare to turn train 957 for its trip back to Sp... (more)
N&W Class J 4-8-4 611 The Queen of Steam leaves the Queen City of Charlotte NC behind headed north on a roundtrip excursion from the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC to Charlotte... (more)
N&W Class J 4-8-4 611 The Queen of Steam passes through the Queen City of Charlotte NC southbound on a roundtrip excursion from the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC to Charlotte ... (more)
Amtrak 73 rolls Southbound through AT&O junction as they prepare to stop at the Charlotte Amtrak station. From there the passengers will disembark, the train will resupply, and at noon will pull f... (more)
For the first time n more than two decades, the Queen City hosted the Queen of Steam. Here the N&W J Class 4-8-4 #611 is being turned at the wye near Charlotte Douglass International Airport for h... (more)
For the first time in well over two decades, the "Mighty J" leads an excursion for Charlotte, NC, this time headed back north for Spencer having just turned the train at the intermodal yard at Cha... (more)
In a scene that hasn't happened since December 1994, Norfolk and Western class J number 611 leads excursion train 957 north out of Charlotte, North Carolina on a perfect Spring morning.
Norfolk and Western class J number 611 leads excursion train 957 underneath the airline taxiway at the Charlotte Intermodal Facility as an American Eagle CRJ-900 crosses overhead with a regional f... (more)
NS P99 pulls in to the Charlotte intermodal facility nestled between the runways of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport with NS 8025 leading.
The NS 8025 starts making its way to the second cut of Charlotte intermodal.
NS 119 comes by the Panthers stadium and some sky scrapers in Charlotte NC. He was making good time through this spot at West Summit Ave. His leader was a ET44AC number 3637.