Finally! Ever since NS started operating their executive train with rebuilt F-units, a few friends and I that regularly shoot the Marion District discussed what shots we wanted to get if the OCS ... (more)
Southbound NS 19K starts the uphill grade at the south end of Speicherville siding at CP 54. Looks like the upper northbound CPL signal got bent over somehow.
NS southbound 13K begins to slow as they split the position lights at CP 53 on the Marion Branch. They will be holding up just a mile south of here waiting on clearance to get onto the Huntington... (more)
Southbound 19K climbs the hill at the south end of the siding at Speicherville. Ah, the sound of four EMD 60-series products howling up the hill. Music to my ears.
After waiting for congestion to clear in Wabash, southbound 19K gets rolling again at CP 54 led by a quartet of EMD 60's. They sure sounded good pulling the train up the hill! Taken on private pro... (more)
A nice pair of KCS units leads the NS 175 southbound on the NS Marion District.
A southbound on the Marion Branch waits for the signal at Speicherville as the sun sets on a beautiful spring day.
NS 19K south nears Wabash, Indiana along the roller coaster Marion Branch. 19K will connect onto the NS ex Wabash Huntington District in 4 miles and head on to Peru, Indiana where they will chang... (more)
NS 059 heads south near MP-56 on the Marion District just north of Wabash, IN bound for Lexington, KY
NS 312 had to be recrewed at Speicher siding before moving on to Marion.
NS southbound M43 ducks into the siding at CP 53 near Speicherville, IN on the Marion Branch on a cold January morning.
It's a beautiful fall morning in Indiana as empty stone train 63J works south on the Marion Branch at CP 53, or the north end of the Speicherville siding.
NS 143 is back on the move south near CP 54 just minutes before sunset with two brand new KCS de Mexico Gevo's.
NS GE's smoke it up after receiving a clear at CP 54, having waited for traffic to clear on the Huntington District. 19K will make the turn onto the ex-Wabash at CP 58 and continue on its way to ... (more)