NS 366 and it's ever elusive Catfish leader disregards the stop sign at Center Street in Warsaw as it heads South on Hickory Street in Warsaw. Street running has become a rare thing these days.
The NS OCS heads east through Warsaw, Indiana, passing the vintage, westbound Pennsylvania Railroad position light.
With their work complete around Warsaw, this tie train heads south past the local water hole where birds of all kinds have joined the cattle for the evening.
With three brand new Ferrosur GE's in tow, southbound 19K climbs out of Warsaw and passes a small farm at milepost 28 on the Marion District.
NS 174 works it's way north into the town of Warsaw, passing a small pond setting along the way.
Obeying a 25mph speed restriction south of Warsaw, 144 moseys along past one of the many farms of rural Indiana.
It's business as usual on Hickory Street in Warsaw as 19K rolls through town. Truly, this is a "two way street."
Cars aren't the only thing rolling down Hickory Street... Mixed freight 13K glides southbound on the NS Marion Branch with a "catfish" leading.
Watch for opposing traffic on this street!
13K obeys a slow order at mileage 28, as cattle lazily obey their own slow order of consuming the green spring grasses. UP 9152 is currently on lease to NS from UP.
A pair of oh-so-elusive NS catfish lead 366 down Hickory Street as fellow RP contributor Aaron Border looks on. The only way to make a shot of NS Dash-9's interesting: add people.
The engineer of 19K gives a friendly wave as the train rolls down Hickory Street in Warsaw.
Southbound 19K enters the street running in Warsaw behind four examples of EMD's "60" series.
Southbound 19K disturbs the quiet Saturday afternoon life of Warsaw as they roll down Hickory Street at a brisk 25 mph.
A high hood SD40-2 leads 19K down Hickory Street in Warsaw shortly before it crosses the Chicago, Fort Wayne & Eastern.