Having traveled south over the former Monon CSX Q565 has arrived in New Albany with a unique leader.
With two pushers on the backend for the push up Duncan Hill loaded steel train 61A rolls by New Albany for its destination of Rockport Indiana.
Eastbound NS 285 heads onto the New Albany floodwall on a dreary however colorful autumn day.
A SD40 that was built for the N&W in May 1966 leads NS 114 west by New Albany Indiana.
A former BN MAC now under the PRLX roster leads NS 223 east by New Albany.
With two pushers on the back end for the push up Duncan Hill NS 112 with the 4078 accelerates as it heads west along New Albany's floodwall.
The NS Erie heritage unit is the rear DPU for an eastbound
coal train as it rolls by New Albany.
The N&W heritage unit has lead westbound 112 out of Louisville Ky. as now heads towards St. Louis.
It's a dreary and gloomy day as a rare SD80MAC leads
NS I24 (eye 24) west by New Albany.
The Southern heritage unit runs solo leading a westbound by New Albany. On the other end two units are about to be added for the push up Duncan Hill.
A trio of BNSF units running elephant style lead NS 168 west by New Albany.
The former UP 8052 now wearing fresh NS paint pushes westbound 239 up the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill.
A SOO SD60 leads its train down New Albany's East 15th St.
as it nears its destination of Louisville Ky.
NS 375 rolls along the New Albany Flood Wall.
As the engineer gives me a friendly wave NS 61A heads west with LMSX 718 as its leader. The 718 would eventually become NS 8458.