Carolina Coastal Railway GP9R's 4630 and 4628 leads the afternoon train out of Wilson, North Carolina, to serve industries west of town. The CLNA operates over former Norfolk Southern Railway trac... (more)
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.