NS 272 of 1/2/18 easing through Martinsville under a gorgeous mid day sky
Southbound below Sunbury , at Steileys Campsites.
Running engine light. SD70ACu 7241 leads nineteen more motors west at track speed on the eastward main, fifteen NS, four UP, and one BNSF. NS 2545 was at the rear with its lights on and the electr... (more)
An NS mixed freight flies through the countryside of Pennsylvania on a beautiful November afternoon. A Pennsylvania railfan takes advantage of days like these during this time of year when clouds... (more)
A 153-car long #361 diverges off the Griffin District onto the Macon District at Edgewood with a freshly rebuilt SD70ACU leading the way south.
A former UP SD90-43MAC, now rebuilt as an NS SD70ACU leads a westbound BNSF train near Goffs on the Needles Sub.
NS M0G passes by CP AR's EB signal replacements and lights up AR Tower in the background. A full moon helped light up this scene.
"Through The Morning Fog" . With the fog so thick you could cut it with a knife, a westbound Pan Am Railways Manifest glides over a bridge before diving head first in to the east... (more)
BNSF's Westbound VBLUSBD lead by an NS SD70ACU rebuild and a CP GE, drop down off Ash Hill on the Needles Sub.
Southbound with loaded coal train.
A recently released SD70ACU leads an extra autorack train out of Macon, passing Rose Hill Cemetery - the resting place of two of the famous Allman Brothers.
NS 7272 started out in life as a UP SD90MAC and is in the process of being converted to what I believe is an SD70ACU while a Southern 'E' and NS 'F' unit sit in the back ground.
Just 2 miles into its journey to Birmingham, NS 147 crosses the first of many trestles along the CNO&TP with a pair of SD70ACu rebuilds.
Today's 14K is made up of 180 cars and is nearly 11,000 feet long. The train is being led by an SD70ACU and has 2 locomotives running as mid-train helpers.