The Monongahela heritage looks right at home hauling coal, albeit about 600 miles south of it's namesake line in PA. Catawba loads for Plant Marshall cross the French Broad river on a beautiful a... (more)
NS 8025 Monongahela Heritage unit is seen on the head of the empty NS 61C as the crew get an Advance Approach signal to proceed on to the double track main in to the Chattanooga Terminal (CT) terr... (more)
After a fuel stop at Danville the NS Monongahela heritage unit leads 143 south.
NS 117 slows down a bit as it comes through Collinsville.
NS 117 creeps out of the Seven Mile siding not from a stop but due to a slow order from CF 35.5 to CF 35.0 due to work being done on a bridge that is near collapsing.
On a foggy and misty morning, NS 8025, the Monongahela heritage unit, leads loaded coal train 726 through the small town of Lula, Georgia and under the time-honored Southern Railway wooden bridge.
Despite the gray and foggy conditions, the Monongahela heritage GEVO looked right at home pulling a loaded coal train over the Piedmont region of northeast Georgia. The Greenville District rarely ... (more)
The Monongahela heritage unit: before it was famous.
The Monongahela Heritage Unit leads the Southbound intermodal/autorack train through the C-Line junction at CP Green on the Norfolk Southern North End.
NS 8025 poses in the darkness as it and it's train sits awaiting further instructions.
The MGA heritage unit leads NS 17G westbound through Lilly.
On an overcast morning, the NS 8025 Monongahela leads the NS 194 south at Reidsville, NC
Eastbound 194 exits Mingo Tunnel and passes under old US 52/119, coming into West Williamson with the Monongahela Heritage Unit in the lead.
The NS 8025 uncouples from its train as they navigate to an open track to back down to a second cut of intermodal.