Harrisburg-bound freight rolls through Belt Line Junction. The tracks to the left are the Reading Belt Line, while the tracks to the right are the Reading main line to the Reading yard.
NS 3170.....Southern Style!! . NS P28 is seen a few miles east if NS Andrews Yard with 3170 leading long hood forward
After arriving 4th out on NS 788, the crew of P66 was nice enough to bring back the best unit of the 4; the Southern painted SD40 #3170.
Westbound SOO train Medinah
After being fourth out on a 788 to the Wateree power plant, the Southern 3170 heads back to Columbia with P66's crew. Here they're seen rolling through Hopkins, just a few miles away from making a... (more)
Roger Puta Collection
Desolate, dusty Vaughn, New Mexico, population about 500, is one of those places only a railfan could love, a cluster of vacant buildings, gas stations and a motel or two at the intersection of U.... (more)
After being fourth out on a 788 to the Wateree power plant, the Southern 3170 heads back to Columbia with P66's crew on a warm spring evening in Kingville, SC. The trackage is a part of the furthe... (more)
P90 negotiates the sweeping curve on the north side of Westminster, SC with a classic paint scheme for these parts, #3170 on home rails again.
Still partially wearing its C&O paint CSX 4617 leads its southbound train to Louisville's Osborn Yard.
An SD40 leads 3 SD45's up the hill and around the curve. I'm only guessing that the lead 2 units are the helpers that will come off at the top of the hill.
POED with a new Pan Am 3400 series locomotive in the lead takes the curve in North Berwick, Maine passing MP234.2.
A string of power sits at the depot in Gainesville including Sou 3170, Ex CR 8303, and elder SD40-2 3428. The fresh Southern tuxedo paint looks very classy on 3170.
Southern vs Conrail Southern 3170 sits coupled to former Conrail D8-40C, NS 8303, at the Gainesville Depot awaiting future assignment.
My personal favorite unit on the NS roster, 3170, sits at Gainesville, GA on a restful night in early March.