With a cool breeze blowing on a cold December night, a thin fog lays low to the ground as a trio of CN’s newest ET44AC’s with the Aboriginal Affair’s logo lead 17M north through Rudd.
Wasting no time in the dark of the night, an ex Conrail SD80MAC leads the hot 203 south under the moon on a fairly clear night.
Just as the light begins to filter through the clouds, the fog slowly disappears as a trio of foreign units, led by a Citirail Gevo hauls the Mail on 217 on the way towards Chicago.
In the darkness of the night, the moon rises to the southeast as a shiny and fresh AC44C6M leads 204 north under the cover of darkness.
As the last bit of snow falls from Winter Storm Inga, a fresh Citirail ES44 leads 211 south, kicking up the snow that sticks to the rails.
An early morning rain has just stopped for the night, and a thin fog is starting to form, and the Pennsylvania heritage unit leads an Altoona built AC44C6M and an Erie built D9-44CW on NS 217 boun... (more)
It's just a mere 7 days after the new year began, and Winter Storm Helena covered the state of North Carolina in a blanket of snow earlier in the day and the previous night. Kicking up the 10 inch... (more)
Signs of spring are showing in North Carolina as trees are beginning to bloom as N&W 611 is seen passing through the tiny town of Rudd as it's leads the Virginian excursion north to Lynchburg on a... (more)
N&W 611 parallels Lees Chapel Rd. in Rudd, NC.
N&W #611 made it's historic trip home from Spencer, NC to Roanoke, VA, What a great welcome 611 got as it passed all the towns along the way, Thanks to all who made this trip possible
The 957 steam special, with the return of Norfolk & Western Class J 611 to action, rolls through Rudd on the return trip to Roanoke.