Norfolk Southern Vehicle Train 27W pulls up to 20th Street in Irondale, AL. For a crew change before heading on East
744 slowly glides downgrade at the upper loop of High Fill in western North Carolina on the famed Southern Railway's "loops".
The "Charge" at Lynn Camp
This is the climb for Raitt tunnel, also known as the Home Creek Grade. This ex. N&W branch lies deep in the heart of Central Appalachian Coal Country. NS8880 ... (more)
On a sunny February afternoon, K634 rolls through Voorheesville NY with NS 8776 and CP 6257
After a crew change as Lester Fork, U54 gets underway passing the bracket signal at Hurley, with 162 empties and a pusher on the rear bound for Weller Yard.
These NS pigs are always pretty short between Meridian and New Orleans, so getting up to track speed is no steep task at all. Here, he was doing all of 60mph coming into Purvis.
In an increasingly rare sight, one of the few remaining standard cab Dash 9 Tophats pulls a grain train through Lexington, SC on the way to Savannah, GA.
A D9 tophat and a Canadian visitor shoving elephant style past the Edgewood CP in the late afternoon light.
Montreal bound Canadian National #529 is passing by the old Grand Trunk depot on a snowy February morning.
Mixed freight 189 heads west upgrade past the N&W CPL's at Villamont with a clean NS 8807 on the point.
NS 24Q passes through the Dorchester County countryside as they make their way towards Columbia, SC. A future AC44C6M (current D9-40C) leads the way.
Southbound slop freight passes the Charlottesville station with an increasingly rare top hat on the point.
A lone dash-9 floats around the curve at Sunbright with the T74 crew on board. They will continue the next few miles with just a single engine until a crosstie gon and two covered hoppers are pick... (more)