NS 202 fights the grade north at the 100.1 signal in the heaviest snow of the season. This storm dumped 8-10 inches in the Shenandoah Valley.
The headlight of an eastbound NS intermodal lights up the CP in the small hamlet of Camden, Ohio. The stories the barn on the right could tell.
NS 309 charges across the Chemung River in Elmira, NY with an EMD & GE elephant style lashup. Locomotives:NS 2774 SD70M-2NS 8856 C40-9
In its factory fresh paint NS 4147 leads 144 north as it nears Cincinnati.
Loaded sand train 60T is passing through Glenfield, PA on the Ft. Wayne Line as it heads to interchange with the SWP Railroad at Radebaugh, PA.
After leading 37T into Buffalo in the morning, NS yard crews use the Pennsylvania Railroad heritage unit to build an outbound train Bison Yard.Locomotives:NS 8102 ES44ACUP 8076 ES4... (more)
After waiting at CP Elmira for westbound train 309, NS 28N gets back on the move eastbound with two ES40DC's as it crosses the Chemung River after traveling through downtown Elmira on elevated ex-... (more)
From Ridge Ave and on a very cold fall-autumn morning, NS freight heads east through the trench that goes through the Allegheny Commons Park West, by the Ft. Wayne Line - NS Pittsburgh Division. I... (more)
With the lakeshore close by, NS 21Z flies through the CD-244 NYC signals with NS 7516 leading. There are many endangered NYC signals along the ex- NYC Waterlevel route.
On a beautiful spring afternoon, NS loaded coke train #546 splits the CD-251 NYC G-Type signals with NS 4130 leading. This hopefully will not be the last time I visit these signals as the new Safe... (more)
M88 rounds the cemetery curve at Maher with a whiteface Dash 9 leading the way.
M88 splits the signals at Borderland as the remnants of the previous days snow start to melt away.
One in and one out. NS 9380 leads a westbound unit slab train out of the tunnel at Gallitzin while the tail end of an eastbound intermodal is about to enter the tunnel.
NS 8019 and a pair of BNSF units are in charge as another intermodal makes its way through Johnstown.