Late to the party as usual, but I get my first NS Heritage unit.
Work train heads south on the River Line.
Empties head north.
After seeing RP member Angus H's take, I decided to give it a try. Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery.
While waiting for the K041 I was treated with two meets at the mp 43. The first was q 161 heading past the stopped Q010.
One of the River Sub's veterans leads a northbound to Selkirk.
The sun shines on an afternoon northbound crossing Iona Island.
One of the many sucker holes shines on M.P. 43 this afternoon.
With the Interstate unit trailing on a loaded oil train, it became the first heritage unit to come down the CSX Riverline.
With its return trip it also became the first to lead.
After an earlier minor bottleneck at M.P.43, the River Sub is busy this Saturday morning.
Southbound along the Hudson.
A splash of orange and a well worn Warbonnet head south with Bakken oil.
Crossing an inky Poplopen creek.
SD70M 4770, a veteran of the River Line heads south.