A SD60 leads three other standard cabs across the Holston River at Honeycutt. A consist that likely will never be seen again as the standard cabs are a dying breed.
NS T35 rolls upgrade into the growing shadows of the Cumberland Mountains for a night of work.
Ole glory flies as one of the DC to AC units eases through downtown Bulls Gap on a peaceful overcast morning.
NS 4000 brings Westbound 15T by the slowly decaying depot at Limestone, Tn.
A true gem of history, the former CSX MOW "Pumpkin" is seen pulling a string of passenger cars back to the station in Wheat. Here it is crossing over the river and blowing for the Blair ... (more)
T99 rolls through the seemingly abandoned yard in Lake City. Up until the past few months NS would stage empty wood chip and coal hoppers until they were needed at their appropriate businesses up ... (more)
With three motors holding back 55 wet, loaded wood chip hoppers on the steep grade, T99 rolls across Cove Creek on its journey south to Clinton, Knoxville and eventually Asheville.
NS T99 brings a cut of 55 wood chip loads south from Royal Blue on the Jellico Branch. This as-needed local is passing the former National Coal loadout at Turley, now utilized by a logging company... (more)
Throughout the history of railroads many of railroad company have came up with some strange and unique piece of railroad equipment. Some were a success other not some successful, but one of the ma... (more)
NS T08 or CSX Z531-12 heads up the hill from the Clinchfield to Frisco Yard via the connection track to take 61 coal empties to Yuma Yard to be picked up by NS 387.
After the crew change has been made at Wauhatchie Pike the long CSX Q235-04 (Louisville, KY-Winston, FL) with the W&A Sub crew on board slowly crosses over the Chattanooga Creek and getting ready... (more)
The Savannah&Atlanta unit beings Westbound intermodel train 22A by the old Southern Depot at Limestone,Tn. The old Depot has seen plenty of tuxedo schemes in its days.
A couple of visitors from across the border lead NS train 686 across the Holston River at Honeycutt.
A GE 6-motor locomotive (ES40DC) roars above a lily filled pond as it makes it's way down the Appalachia Division at second class railway track speed.
The Illinois Terminal leads loaded Eastman train 72K over the Holston River at Honeycutt.