NS 119 with a ES44AC leading leans into the curve at Cramerton on a nice September afternoon.
A standard cab D9 leads hot shot intermodal train 213 as they make the journey south to Atlanta. This picture was taken just after they entered a big curve here.
After having just met 213, 154 quickly gets back up to track speed as they cross over the South Fork River.
Adding some more color to the pink crape myrtle tree. NS 172 comes around the curve in Cramerton with a full Union Pacific lash up.
NS 290 swings through the curves at Cramerton, NC as a blooming crape myrtle tree looks on.
NS 172 comes through the tun out and into single track at South Fork. He had a rebuilt SD90MAC now an SD70ACU 7292 leading.
NS 154 is running through Cramerton, NC with an ES44AC leader and about 8 or 9 locomotives behind that. This July morning the heat is really starting to crank up as this photo was taken just after... (more)
NS 154 leans through the curve in Cramerton with Wabash heritage unit leading the way.
Starting to look more like spring then winter. NS 154 comes by Cramerton with one of the blue mane DC to AC locomotives. I have been wanting one of these in the lead for a while now. The leader to... (more)
NS M18 makes his way north through Cramerton NC. He had a consist that looked like it could be a throwback to the 80's or 90's. M18 had 3 SD40-2's and a GP38-2. This was a consist that I wished I ... (more)
NS 172 eases through the Cramerton curves on a near 80 degree afternoon in February.
An extra section 118, running as NS M18, eases through one of the many curves in Cramerton, NC with a consist that, if not for the modern paint job, looks like it came straight out of the 1980s.
RP contributor Christopher Seay gets photos of 172 navigating the various curves in Cramerton, NC.
The rain starts to gradually get harder as 172 eases over the muggy South Fork River in Cramerton, NC, with some special visitors from across the country and beyond.
The Conrail heritage unit 8098 pushes 154 across the South Fork River in Cramerton, NC.