NS P99 heads south through Kannapolis with a trio of big AC traction GEVO's for power, the lead 2 being new Tier 4s. It is passing a 97Q ballast train tied down for the weekend with a pair of vet... (more)
The EMDX 1608 along with its twin the EMDX 1607, lead the NS 64M south on the Winston-Salem District.
NS 213 with NS 7315 leading has a rolling meet with 204 under the old Southern Railway-era cantilever in Concord. The 7315 is just one of six active former-UP SD90MACs on the NS roster. The remain... (more)
NS 213 thunders through downtown Kings Mountain with NS 7315 leading. NS 7315 is just one of six active Former-UP SD90MACs remaining on the roster. The remaining units out of the 100 unit group ha... (more)
A look into the bay of the Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad shops sees one of their 2 GP38 engines awaiting its next assignment.
Southern Railway 6133 gets a young onlooker enjoying every bit out of seeing a train!
NS 212 is crossing the Catawba coming out of Gaston County Into Mecklenburg county. What is cool is the river separates the two county's. 212 had 2 SD60Es and a D9W. The leader was 6947.
Crossing the Catawba river is NS 204. I had wanted to see what this spot looked like when it was sunny and I can say I was not disappointed. He had a D9W leader NS 9569. As you can see here most o... (more)
This was a two day northbound ferry run on the Southern Railway to get the 444 back with the American Freedom Train in the DC area. On the morning of day two, the train is seen shortly after depar... (more)
Just moments before the sun dips below the horizon for the day, NS 154 slips through Concord with the Lackawanna unit leading the train toward Linwood.
A damp morning in downtown Fayetteville sees the crew of the Aberdeen & Rockfish RR working a metal rebar facility for their first customer visit of the day.
The EMDX 1608 along with its twin the EMDX 1607, lead the NS 64M south over US 220 on the Winston-Salem District.
A damp morning in downtown Fayetteville sees the crew of the Aberdeen & Rockfish RR working their yard as they start their day.
Built for Norfolk Southern in 1955, then bought by Peabody Coal in 1975, NS 1616 sits quietly on display in the Bob Julian roundhouse at the NCTM.
The EMDX 1608 along with its twin the EMDX 1607, lead the NS 64M south over the Mayo River on the Winston-Salem District.