NS 4000 leads 21M at MP 225.
An EMD RPU6D slug in the Juniata Shops under construction. I believe this became the 892.
The NS Heritage unit Savannah & Atlanta leads stone train 68G through Berea, Ohio
A lone SD70 leads an empty train of rock hoppers northbound.
With only a handful left, the D9-40C's are almost all gone, this one leads a Macon bound freight northbound along the GS&F.
The seldom used Southern States spur in Cordele has a visitor in the shape of a yard service dedicated SD40-2 with plow stripes that usually designate it as such.
Across the barren fields of central Georgia, NS 152 with a trio of SD60's heads north slowly starting into the dip down in the siding at Dooly having met NS G61 and will be waiting on one more sou... (more)
After all the rebuilding that has gone on with SD60's this one is the class unit now and is heading south for work in Cordele and then Vienna and Clinchfield on the return trip.
NS L13 westbound into the setting sun
An SD80MAC leads NS 65K approaching CP 194 on the Chicago Line
Norfolk Southern H16 crosses the Chemung River. Chemung in Native American language means Big Horn. The river is named after the remains of a fossil tusk of a Wooly Mammoth found there by them.
The westbound NS 195 splits the Elmwood signals as it continues on its way to Columbus and beyond.
The 18M makes its way across the trestle over State Route 180 and the Kinnikinnick creek on the NS Columbus District.
NS 2556 leads a combined CBBI and CRPE through downtown Moline.