Heritage Unit on Home Rails: SOU(NS) 8099K leads hotshot train 204 around on of the many super elevated curves along the original Southern Railway Crescent route.
A southbound rack train climbs the one percent grade up Kings Mountain en route to Chattanooga and Atlanta. The huge cut here was opened in 1963, bypassing CNO&TP Tunnel 1, which is just off to th... (more)
A southbound NS freight grinds up the grade at Kings Mountain in a heavy rain storm.
The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Heritage unit pulls train 117 upgrade at Kings Mountain. The classic Southern signals in the background maybe on borrowed time as several signals south of here... (more)
NS 388 rolls through the 45 MPH turnout at Kings Mountain from Track 2 to the single track down the hill to South Fork. Today's 388 has 117 cars. A line change finished here in 1963 bypassed Cinci... (more)
The Wabash heritage unit leads train 111 southbound through the massive cut at Kings Mountain, KY.
In a swirl of exhaust smoke, NS 951 has just knocked down a clear signal at Kings Mountain, en route to Chattanooga with an inspection trip for system officials. A northbound holds well south of t... (more)
On the last half mile to the top of the one percent grade from South Fork to Kings Mountain, the NS OCS roars through one of the major 1963 line changes that forever altered the CNO&TP--for the be... (more)
A no truck crossing sign lays in the grass on S Battleground Avenue after a truck that got stuck on the Oak St. railroad crossing was hit Wednesday afternoon by a Norfolk Southern intermodal train... (more)
NS 952 flies up the grade at Kings Mountain leaving chasers in it's wake.
NS 116 holds on track 2 at Kings Mountain as southbound intermodal 215 charges upgrade off single track and onto track 1.
A southbound NS pulls hard as it passes the signal at Kings Mountain.
NS 173 southbound through Kings Mountain.
A southbound roars upgrade through the giant cut at Kings Mountain.