Green Means Go!: As NS 191 approaches the intersection of Sixth Street and Broad Street, the traffic signal changes to green as if it were in perfect unison for the approaching train. ... (more)
Grinstein Green comes to Augusta: An image rarely seen in these parts came alive today as a crème n' green ex BNSF SD70MAC rolls into Georgia. This is one of 14 PRLX SD70MAC's that NS ... (more)
NS 68C creeps through Leeds, Al Eastbound to Atlanta, Ga
A trio of former BN executive SD70MAC's (now owned by PRLX) lead NS Cement Train 68C Eastbound through Cook Springs, AL. Norfolk Southern has leased 14 of these SD70MAC's while they are in the pro... (more)
Norfolk Southern slop freight W62 (Sheffield,AL to Macon,GA) is in full dynamics descending Braswell Mountain with a pair of former Burlington Northern SD70MAC's for power. These PRLX EMD's are on... (more)
A trio of former BN executive SD70MAC's (now owned by PRLX) is seen here tied down waiting on a new crew at 50th Street in Woodlawn, AL. On NS Cement Train 68C. Norfolk Southern has leased 14 of t... (more)
A pair of colorful SD75Ms lead an intermodal into Marion shortly after sunrise.
On the blistering cold New Years morning five Progress Rail Service (PRLX) ex: BNSF SD70MACs, are sitting in idle on the storage track just outside of the Chattanoog... (more)
Thanksgiving morning brought a treat in the form of two PRLX engines wearing ATSF paint leading eastbound Q106 across central Ohio. Here it is seen slowing down to work the intermodal facility on ... (more)
PRLX 24 leads the 6AM Switcher to KPAC with 3 reefers.
A pair of locomotives rest alongside rail car shakers, which are used to unload gravel from hopper cars at the Seminole Precast Manufacturing Inc.
The Pacific Harbor Line Amerigas Job shoves under the 110 Freeway with a cut of cars that it will soon take up a grade to the Phillips Conoco refinery on the other side of the freeway.
Progress Rail demoPR24B continues testing on the Pacific Harbor Line, here seen on the Amerigas Job, returning on the Gaffey Street Lead under the Harbor Freeway.