CLNA train #120 arrives in Chocowinity after making the morning run from Wilson with nearly 100 cars. A quartet of former Grand Trunk GP9R's are in charge of the run this morning.
CLNA train #119 departs Chocowinity in route to Plymouth through the lowlands of eastern North Carolina.
Both CLNA trains #119/#120 switch power around in the yard in Chocowinity, NC as CLNA #4612 will lead a 94 car train east towards Plymouth.
Carolina Coastal's #119 (Plymouth Turn) crosses the calm waters of the Pamlico river with 94 cars (74 for storage) on this beautiful July morning.
After a cold morning along the Coastal Plain of North Carolina, the conductor enjoys the warming afternoon temperatures and a view of the creek.
The 815 is obviously a former DM&IR unit and the 95 is a former Mississippi Export unit (exx-CSXT 6671, exxx-SBD 6671, nee-ACL 929).
New Years Eve 2012. My family and I are vacationing in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and I have graciously been granted a day out. Happily (for me, not necessarily the crew) the Carolina Co... (more)
Carolina Coastal Railway GP30 #23 sits in Blacksburg, SC on the former Norfolk Southern Railway Extension Cord Line. Carolina Coastal ran this line for a short time before the last customer stoppe... (more)
The sun has just risen over the cornfields of eastern North Carolina has CLNA train #120 arrives into Chocowinity and the NS interchange.
In the late October evening light, CLNA #23 returns the westbound train from Chocowinity.
CLNA power rests in the maintenance shop tracks in Wilson on a beautiful September morning. Take with permission.
After waiting for 25 minutes for Amtrak 79, the Carolina Coastal Wilson Switcher heads south across the CSX A-line.
CLNA train #120 (Wilson-Chocowinity) passes through the small hamlet of Simpson, NC.
Crossing the Pamlico returning to Plymouth from Chocowinity on the old NS mainline.
An ex-CN/GTW rebuild switches the Choco yard on a bright spring morning after swapping cars with the CLNA 120 from Wilson.