Nickel Plate Road #765 leads Sunday's Wabash Cannonball by the Wabash searchlight signals at the west end of Roanoke, Indiana on its way toward Lafayette
In the late evening light, NS 145 passes an ex Wabash bracket signal mast at the west end Roanoke siding.
The Veterans unit heads up a 17K westbound around the big curve at Roanoke, IN.
In the NS GM yard at Roanoke, empty autoracks are being shoved back to the loading ramps while the NS 3496 sits idling awaiting its next assignment.
Nickel Plate 765 is fresh out of Ft. Wayne, IN kicking off the second excursion day. The locomotive put on quite a show through the town of Roanoke with a huge cloud of steam and smoke. This shot ... (more)
On a crisp and bright fall morning, the NKP 765 pulls its excursion train out of Fort Wayne bound for Lafayette.
The original NS heritage unit leads a general freight train 15E westbound through the fertile farmland of the Little River valley just east of Roanoke, Indiana.
NKP 765 emerges like a ghost from the thick fog enveloping the Little River also knows as the Little Wabash River Valley. She is stretching her legs on the former Wabash heading west for employee... (more)
Fresh off it's re-release party, the Lehigh Valley heritage GEVO leads a short 17K through Roanoke Station, just outside of Roanoke on the former Wabash. Our chase covered 160+ miles (one way) and... (more)
One of the two NS GP38-2s assigned to the Roanoke, IN GM yard, 5151, is shoving a cut of autoracks into the yard from the NS Huntington District.
The setting sun last rays of an autumn evening cast an orange glow as a westbound auto train comes barreling by at track speed.
NS 21T approaches the 1100 Switch mid-way through Roanoke Siding.