Twelve former CR SD40-2's involved in a power swap between NS and CSX head north through Louisville at Mary Street. The units were gathered up and interchanged to CSX at Chattanooga and are seen h... (more)
There's no mistaking the obvious heritage of this stretch of railroad as NS 336 splits the intermediates at Waverly. He really had 'em in the wind big time when he came by us out here in the Alaba... (more)
The N&W heritage unit heads east through Waddy with another load of Indiana coal for TVA at Kingston, TN.
NS 223 splits the searchlights at Hemp Ridge - eastbound on the Louisville District.
Westbound on the "Texas line" near Stephensport with a former WM SD40 in command.
Westbound across the scenic L&N "Texas line" with a former WM SD40 in command.
PAL CC2 heads south through St. John behind nine 4-axles, all green! The massive consist includes: 3817, 3809 (GP38-2), 8507 (GP39-2), 2113/2114, 2119/2112, 2121/2100 (GP40-3/road-slug). The mothe... (more)
PAL CC2 heads south through West Point behind nine 4-axles, all green! The massive consist includes: 3817, 3809 (GP38-2), 8507 (GP39-2), 2113/2114, 2119/2112, 2121/2100 (GP40-3/road-slug). The mot... (more)
With their switching complete at Consolidated Grain, NS TL02 negotiates some of Louisville's industrial trackage as they return to LS Junction from Oak Street Yard.
The "trash train" takes the siding at Kumis for a meet with NS 129 during the westward leg of their turn between Roanoke and Bradshaw. NS V60 is about the only thing you'll see heading west over t... (more)
The former Virginian west of Roanoke has operated as a predominantly eastbound railroad for decades now, but there have been exceptions over the years. In this scene from early 1998 we find a pair... (more)
A sharp looking GP40/SD40 duo leads NS V79 south at Lighthaven Road, near Henry. The local is returning to Payne Yard at Fieldale after a trip up to Rocky Mount to work "Powder Mill".
Southbound rack train I72 takes the siding at Wirtz for a meet with a hopper train. Fortunately this location, an old favorite for many of us, has not changed much over the years.