After being held in Fort Mill for 192, 191 makes its way to Rock Hill yard with the conductor getting ready to come out and uncouple the locomotives from the train to make six pick ups.
Good morning Arcadia.
NS 2667 Leads a Rack Train Through Cameron NY
Westmoreland Coal's Dump Train, operated by NS, backs towards the unloading area at Wentz, located a short distance above Stonega, on the ex-Interstate Railroad. An ex-IRR mine run pauses to the l... (more)
Westmoreland Coal's Dump Train slowly rolls past the site (foreground) of the ex-Interstate Railroad's Callahan Avenue freight station in Appalachia en route to Holton, located on a spur off of th... (more)
P77 approaches Andrews Yard with a GP 38-2 in the lead.
NS H02 takes its train west from Dover to Washington.
Macon to Albany manifest #357 has one of a handful of un-rebuilt former UP SD90's not currently stored as a leader on this beautiful spring afternoon. This was a nice surprise that popped around t... (more)
A 4 set of EMD SD40Es give it all they got to push 130 loaded coal buckets up the west slope of the NS Pittsburgh Line with only 2 units on the head end, seen from the Cassandra overlook at MP 253... (more)
What a few months makes November 2016 this locomotive was in Active service, today the locomotive is at Juniata shops being rebuilt as NS 4059 AC44C6M.
Long strings of kaolin clay tank cars used to be a regular sight on trains 174/175, however declines in the magazine industry resulted in significant reductions in kaolin traffic. I started my tr... (more)
"One Goes Up, One Goes Down". NS 23Z climes the East Slope of the Allegheny Mountains with NS 4002 leading the charge. At the same time, NS 38Q glides down the adjacent with an all EMD... (more)
NS 19G sails west over the old stone arch bridge in Mt Union, PA with NS 9372 and NS 1028 leading.
Three NS GE's hold back 21T's consist as they head down the westward slope of the Allegheny mountains. Note the old PRR signal bridge that still stands in Summerhill.