NS 1030 poses near the roundhouse at Spencer, representing NS' 30th Anniversary, while in the background, NS' Savannah & Atlanta heritage SD70ACe idles for photos. Special thanks to Norfolk Southe... (more)
Preparing to protect the shove to the roundhouse, an NS official walks down the cat walk of NS 1073, NS' Penn Central heritage SD70ACe during the 30th Anniversary 'family portrait' in Spencer. Spe... (more)
NS' Virginian Railway heritage locomotive, the 14th of the 20 heritage locomotives rolls by the crowds at Norfolk Southern's 'Family Portrait' in Spencer, NC. Special thanks to Norfolk Southern Co... (more)
NS' Southern Railway heritage locomotive ES44AC poses with North Carolina Transportation Museum Southern Railway E8A # 6900 on the grounds at Spencer. Special thanks to Norfolk Southern Corporatio... (more)
NS' New York Central heritage SD70ACe # 1066 poses alongside NS' Pennsylvania Railroad heritage ES44AC # 8102 during the 'family portrait' at Spencer. Special thanks to Norfolk Southern Corporatio... (more)
With 9 of the 20 Norfolk Southern 30th Anniversary heritage locomotives in view, NS 1030, representing Norfolk Southern's 30th anniversary idles on display as part of the 'family portrait' at the ... (more)
East on the NS River Line to Asheville, NS 961 parallels the French Broad River transporting the final six remaining EMD SD70ACe heritage locomotives to Spencer from Progress Rail in Muncie.
NS 961, a special deadhead operating from Muncie to Spencer, NC for Norfolk Southern's 'family portrait' makes its trek east across the former Southern Railway mainline at Newport, east of Knoxvil... (more)
A true, railroading town.. Serving as an important terminal for coal operations in the New River Gorge for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, Thurmond was a perfect definition of a railroading communi... (more)
Smothered by a heavy Greenbrier river valley fog, the signals at Ft. Spring project their aspects into the thick, humid summer time air. In the distance, a struggling loaded drag can be heard, sna... (more)
It's 5:57am in the valley of the Greenbrier Valley, as a thick overnight river fog slowly dissipates near Alderson. The signal at Boiler House is dark, indicating its a slow start to movements ov... (more)
Piercing into the night, an approach indication beams through the fog at Brounland, CLL 1.2 on the Big Coal Subdivision, near Sproul Jct.
The eastbound absolute at E.E. Prince stands guard, as westbound empties for the Logan coalfields blast through Prince at 11:13pm.
After departing John Amos with empties for Russell, a pair of brand new CSX "boxcar logo" AC's run around their empties in St. Albans, returning west by the "E.E. Dock".
Leading empties toward Danville, CSXT 3020, one of the most recent releases from GE in Erie passes the E.E. Coal River Siding in the late afternoon sun.