NS 123 headed up by the "Bee Line" makes his way eastbound in the early morning sun through Claremont, NC.
A nearly 30 year old UP Triclops leads 135 West in a sunny spot from the spotty cloud cover.
The Norfolk Southern Honoring Our Veterans locomotive leads East-bound manifest extra M23 through the open fields and small towns along the S-line.
745 kicks up a fresh blanket of snow in Claremont as they continue west into the massive snowstorm.
NS 135 kicks up the snow as it clears the signal in Claremont on its way to Asheville on this cold snowy morning.
NS 740 splits between the Soy Bean fields in Claremont
The Southern finally serves the South again as it leads 740 East through downtown Claremont.
Norfolk Southern GP60 leading train #P95 at penny runaround.
After spending a few days in Asheville, 744 made a run down the district in perfect morning light with one of two NS "Blue Bonnets" leading.
Local P61 passes the 44 milepost on her way to the yard tonight behind the quadruple three.
For the 6th day in a row, a standard cab SD70 has led a Westbound over the S-Line. Here a heavily worn and weary 2539 splits the signals at West Claremont, working hard on her way West.
(Tuscan) Red Stripe, White Steam, and Blue Skies!
After pasting through the small farming community of Claremont, NC. Norfolk Southern's second oldest thoroughbred J-Class 611 break into a sprint through the outskirts of town on its way east for ... (more)
NS 135 flies in to Claremont behind "Big Blue" during Winter Storm Jonas. The town is covered in a blanket of white between snow showers, and she makes a really nice contrast against the... (more)
Was extremely happy to hear that 135 had not one but two former SP units on it. Looking faded and a little worse for wear, but still very pleasing on the eyes after all the black & white.