Nash County Railway 8330 working at Rocky Mount, NC || January 1999
Sitting out for the weekend.
Are You Lost Little Buddy? NCYR 2313 has found itself working on Greenville & Western's shortline as a temporary replacement for their only operating GP9 that had an electrical fire a coupl... (more)
Two days after record snowfalls in Eastern NC brought things to a halt, the Nash County gets back to business and trundles through what's left of the snow as they run light into Rocky Mount to pic... (more)
The Nash County is a former ACL branch now operated by Gulf & Ohio that runs about 15 miles from the CSX interchange in downtown Rocky Mount to just west of Nashville NC. One of the line's four un... (more)
Sandwiched in the middle of a westbound 48 car CLNA freight, NCYR 2313 was picked up at Chocowinity from NS and will be handed off to CSX at Wilson for the trip up to the NCYR. This unit was built... (more)
The daily freight from Nashville makes its way into Rocky Mount.
Nash County RR SW1 in Downtown Rocky Mount NC waiting for a run to Nashville, NC to the west.
After picking up cars at the CSX yard, the Nash County RR heads west through downtown Rocky Mount, North Carolina.