This Santa Fe power isn't used to moving at such a slow pace. It crawles at restricted speed following NS 287 ahead.
Santa Fe power leads NS 236 through Williamstown, KY past the new signals at mp 37.4.
An ex-Santa Fe unit heads up NS 236 as it passes milepost 46 on the NS 1st district.
Good ol' Santa Fe power leads this NS hotshot towads Danville, KY.
Union Pacific power is common on CSX trains between St. Louis, MO and Louisville, KY. Today is no exception as 3 UP units and 1 CSX geep head up this east - south bound freight.
It about 11PM as two Union Pacific motors power this east bound freight past the B&O CPL's at Georgia.
A CP run-through passes the block signs and semaphore as it enters the Fog block headed north.
It's just after sunrise on this lightly trafficed line.
The early bird gets the worm, or at least looks for them atop this semaphore blade.
A SD70M-2 leads 4 UP locomotives long hood forward across the Ohio River Bridge.
It may be 2006 but NS still knows how to run 'em "Southern Style." This south bound manifest is led by 5 EMD locomotives including 4 UP's and and NS SD70M-2 on the point.
A west bound passes by a set of blades on its trip from Louisville, KY towards St. Louis, MO.
With the cigar band lettering removed BNSF 137 leads an A-B-A set of GP60's on the old Santa Fe.
BNSF 137 leads an A-B-A set of GP60's on the old Santa Fe "Transcon."
The 4610 of different sort. It may not look as good as the "Southern" painted GP59, but it sounds just as good rolling at high speed.