Westbound Southern Rwy local leaving Greensboro in this Febuary 1972 scene with GP35 #2700 for power.
A late-running 213 blasts south through Landis with a shiny SD60E fresh from Altoona leading.
Well, it's CSX but this nee-SAL, ex-SCL, ex-L&N, ex-SBD unit still has the nice paint job. I'm really surprised the L&N haters allowed this paint job. I have always liked the SDPs.
There's a great old railroad in there trying to get out!
Former Clinchfield unit is looking great in my pick for the best gray scheme ever.
The Republic Locomotive Works yard switchers position hoppers to be unloaded by the rotary car dumper. The dome structure in the background is a storage facility for high quality fly ash (coal ash... (more)
This is the SB Carolinian. For a town of 30,000 Salisbury see a lot of trains, i.e., eight. The north and southbound Crescent, Carolinian, and two Piedmonts.
P61 brings a short train up the hill into Spencer on a Saturday morning in early November.
The Republic yard switcher moves coal hoppers into position to emptied by the rotary car dumper. The bulldozer on the pile is a Caterpillar D11. There is approximately 1.8 millions tons of coal in... (more)
The NS 8061 leads the 756 through Mayodan, NC en route to Belews Creek Steam Station.
With the help of GP38 no. 400, GP18 No. 300 handles a cut of cars from the River Terminal.
Having just let passengers off at the station, No. 1797 rests for a moment on the connection track as the crew copies a CSX form EC-1.
The ACL 501 basks in the sun at the NCTM on a sunny Saturday morning.
The beautiful Atlantic Coast Line E3A #501 enjoys some sunshine on a rare day outside of the roundhouse. Specifically placed as a special National Train Day exhibit.
NS P25 with a rare GP38AC, passes Martin-Merietta rock quarry at Hardaway on its way back to Barber Junction.