NS 212 hurries through the plant as NS 221 and 203 are headed Southbound and are a few miles to the North of Mt. Airy at the time of this shot.
I have yet to understand what this little fella had on his mind. Because within seconds there was 18 axles and 12,000 horses of locomotive power on top of him as NS 153 cleared Mt. Airy.
Fresh from a meet with NS 238 under the Intermediate Signal bridge at MP 555, " a.k.a. The Triple Nickle ", NS 213 thunders through Mt. Airy with a Clear Signal in track 1.
Fresh from a meet with NS 222 around CP Ayersville, NS 213 has nothing but Clear Signals throughout the rest of Habersham County. Have a safe trip guys!
NS 212 coming through Mt. Airy on track 1. Moments prior to this shot, 212 announced to the Greenville Dispatcher that they had some engine trouble that had started, but I wasn't able to hear w... (more)
I had just arrived to set up for NS 212 when I caught 172 blowing his horn in Cornelia. So I rushed and was able to shoot a few shots of NS 172 scooting by CP Mount Airy.
I was having breakfast when 212 announced over the scanner that they had went into Emergency. I rushed to get ready and was just able to squeeze the shutter when in this shot they had started to ... (more)
Having just met NS 118 in track 2 a few miles to the North from here, 153 thunders through Mt. Airy only to recieve an "Approach" signal in Cornelia setting up a "meet one at Baldwin and go...ove... (more)
NS 153 heading south on track 1 in Mt. Airy, GA .
NS 172 "Diverging Clear" from track 1-2 in Mt. Airy, GA .
NS 980 "High & Wide" Diverging Clear into track 2. Thank Ye Easta Bunny!
NS 153 smoking up track 2 in Mt. Airy, GA . Hope you had a great trip to Inman Eric.
Due to the batteries going out in my scanner I do not know the ID for this train but am pretty sure that NS 153 is the one on track 1 in the distance.
NS 153 rumbles up track 1 with an old Norfolk & Western caboose at the end.
NS 212 rounds the curve in Mt. Airy with the pedal to the metal.