Three locomotives pull on the head end of northbound Norfolk Southern manifest freight train 195 as it departs the yard in Linwood, NC on July 15, 2018.
Cruising at track speed, Amtrak train 80 clears the signals at Lee on its way north through Linwood, NC on July 15, 2018.
NS 1066 leads a intermodal train over the Yadkin River to Linwood yard where they'll swap out crews before continuing north.
NS 3298 is ready to depart Linwood Yard in May of 1987.
KCS 4106 leads a manifest train out of Linwood Yard onto the main on its way to Chattanooga, Tn.
After having to stop and take on a relief crew less than two miles from their destination due to the first crew reaching their hours of service, 134 finally gets moving toward Linwood yard.
On a typically cold January evening in the Piedmont of North Carolina. NS 349 arrives into its termination point of Linwood yard as an extra loaded ballast train hammers down up the hill with sand... (more)
NS P94 pulls their heavy train from the outbound onto the mainline at CP Lee, MP 323 on Norfolk Southern's Danville District.
Just as the sun begins to rise, NS 214 soars over the Yadkin River.
N&W Class J 611 on a ferry move from the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke VA to the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC.
After a brief crew change at Farmer's Crossing, NS 212 accelerates by the north entrance to Norfolk Southern's Linwood Yard on a frigid January afternoon. The clouds make for a dazzling backdrop, ... (more)
NS P92 rolls slowly into the super-elevated curve just south of CP "Duke", preparing to take a cut of cars into Linwood.
Norfolk & Western Class J 611 nears the end of two day ferry move to the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC from Manassas Va following a weekend of excursions.
A the sun climbs over the horizon, Amtrak 80, the "Carolinian," leans into the curve just south of CP "Duke." The train has just crossed over the Yadkin river having departed i... (more)
After a quick crew swap at the Farmer's Crossing, NS 214 continues northbound, accelerating under the old Southern Railway signal bridge at CP "Lee."