123 is strung out all the way from Dendron to the upper loop of High Fill on this beautiful February morning along the Blue Ridge.
CR OCS-101 heads east with a pair of 4 axle EMD's, one from NS, and one from CSX.
Norfolk Southern local crew A54 has just assembled their train in the yard in Attalla, Alabama. The train is moving across one of the diamonds that allows the shortline Alabama and Tennessee Rive... (more)
213 rolls south through the trench in Gastonia with a shiny new ACe #1175 on the point. You couldnt ask for a better day with the high of about 75. Nothing like a little spring time weather in ear... (more)
NS A95, the Corinth Local, has pushed into the wye under Hwy 57 at the entrance to Norfolk Southern's Rossville, Tennessee, yard to pick up the crew and head back east long hood forward. NS 3319 w... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train 781, with the Southern Heritage unit 2 of 4, passes the Tipton intermediate signals on the NS Pittsburgh line. Signs of the signals demise are imminent, as the new signal bo... (more)
The Memphis Local, NS A02, has cut from its train and is making the switch to push into the 84 Lumber facility at Piperton, Tennessee, for a pick-up. NS 3501 was built as BN 7122 in 1978 and later... (more)
Milepost 242: Imitation is the Sincerest Form of FlatteryA panorama, formed of 33 individual frames stitched together, shows off the entire arc of Horseshoe Curve in its modern form... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train 63V flies down the grade at the Lilly PA, with a train of garbage. This classic PRR position light signal bridge will soon be replaced, along with all the other remaining vi... (more)
After making a fuel stop NS 223 with the 4002 in the
"Horse Mane" scheme up front departs Danville for points south.
NS 223 gallops its way east for Danville before heading south with the 4002 up front.
The Blue Ridge Mountains dwarf the 100 loads of coal destined for Plant Marshall as two of Norfolk Southern's Dash 9's shove hard on the rear.
Built by the Alabama-Great Southern Railroad in 1891, the depot in Ft. Payne, Alabama, is a beautiful example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. It was built with locally quarried pink and... (more)
76M pulls hard upgrade away from the Catawba River.
Southbound at Stielys Campsites .