After having just met 213, 154 quickly gets back up to track speed as they cross over the South Fork River.
Secondary Line Operation
Going by track warrant rules, the West- End dispatcher had giving a track authority for the NS 165 ((Linwood,NC- Knoxville,TN) to proceed out of the sidin... (more)
NS 23E cruises through Tuscaloosa, AL with NS 8100 leading and a short train on a hot summer afternoon.
On a beautiful summer evening and a few toots of NS 8100's horn to me, NS 25V with NS 8100, the Nickel Plate heritage unit, made extremely good time across Pennsylvania and into NE Ohio with a loa... (more)
The Nickel Plate heritage unit leads stack train 25V west through downtown Cleveland on a gorgeous summer evening.
Not something you see every day!
NS 191 featuring the Nickel Plated Road and New York Central heritage units (NS 8100 & 1066, respectively) rolls by the scenic Lutheran Chapel Church in Landis, NC. Unfortunately a tiny cloud obsc... (more)
After splitting the Macon, GA block from 143 at Oakdale, TN; the 2nd and 4th units were used to take M75 south. Whatever the reason, I was happy with the NKP/NYC duo!
After being held in Fort Mill for 192, 191 makes its way to Rock Hill yard with the conductor getting ready to come out and uncouple the locomotives from the train to make six pick ups.
After having to wait around for PTC issues with 8100 the crew was told to run out of Linwood with it leading till they could swap locomotives. But here is 191 at Charlotte Junction with a heritage... (more)
After making the trip from Macon, GA, to Linwood yard in NC on 118 the night before, the 8100 and 1066 heritage duo heads back to Macon on 191 under a soft warm light right before sunset.
Double heritage points on train M75 in the form of the Nickel Plate and New York Central heritage units at Stockbridge, Georgia on the Atlanta South District.
Hotshot train 237 accelerates through Crosswell and across the rarely photographed George's Creek trestle as it begins it's run down the Greenville district to Atlanta.
NS 8100 and a KCS Belle lead NS 194-16 across the diamond at Bannon on Columbus' south side.
The Nickel Plate heritage unit teams up with a KCS SD70MAC to hustle an extra freight north on the Sandusky District.