After receiving 6 to 12 inches of snow across central North Carolina, the trains are running as usual.
Amtrak 74 has no trouble getting through the heavy, wet snow on its journey to Raleigh.
NS 64D pulls a unit ethanol train through heavy snow on its way to Selma, NC.
A loaded unit ethanol train passes through Raleigh shortly after sunrise. It's a rare opportunity to catch eastbound freights in daylight through this territory.
The Reading Heritage Unit crest the grade westbound with a loaded unit phosphate train.
The Southbound Carolinian is led by the Phase I Heritage Unit.
The Illinois Terminal Heritage Unit leads an empty unit ethanol train westbound with Tommy Aldridge at the throttle.
After running out of fuel in their lead unit, NS 349 runs the wye at CP Hunt in Raleigh to turn their power around. The train is now back on the move, but this lead unit is also running on empty.... (more)
A late season snowstorm makes an appearance in North Carolina after a very mild Winter. Amtrak 80 crests the grade as it heads downhill to its next scheduled stop in Raleigh.
A 4+ hour late Amtrak 92 blizzards its way into Raleigh on a clear signal by the N.C. State Fairgrounds. The train was behind schedule due to colliding with a truck in Kissimmee, FL.
Amtrak 92 had an extra long consist this morning. The Amtrak Inspection Train, which ran a test run along the Gulf Coast, was in the mix.
As Amtrak train #80 makes its stop in Raleigh, North Carolina, a flurry of activity almost as old as railroading itself: Passengers detraining and boarding and luggage being unloaded and loaded. A... (more)
A UP leaders leads NS 349 from Selma back to Linwood.
An NS manifest train begins its journey out of Raleigh by taking the Boylan Wye to gain access to the joint CSX/NS line towards Cary.
An NS local finishes up its day by shoving into Glenwood Yard in Raleigh.