Luck was with me on the first morning of my Thanksgiving Vacation. The mostly cloudy weather forecast was completely wrong and New Orleans-Linwood 172 was the first of two NS trains fleeted out o... (more)
3 NS units lead a westbound baretable past Pepper Ave with a ex Conrail GE horsehead leading.
NS 66Z pulls out of the refinery to retrieve another cut of cars.
NS #8364 leads southbound train 213 through the sweeping curves at Cramerton, NC.
Beautiful afternoon light illuminates NS 578 as he crosses the New River from the N&W to the ex VGN with 130 loads bound for Norfolk.
In a dramatic late evening scene, NS 578 passes in front of the New River Palisades as it hurries east towards Roanoke.
As the sun sets over the community of Bluefield, NS 48V has just arrived from the West, swapped crews and is now beginning the trek from Bluefield to Roanoke.
One of NS's former Conrails like most wearing the black horsehead scheme.
A Dash 8 still in its Conrail blue pulls NS 239 out of the Ohio River valley as it heads west by New Albany.
The H07's pair of former Conrail Dash 8's are glazed with ice from the ice storm during the night.
A beautiful way to start off any morning. even if it is about ten degrees out. 20V heads across Sandusky Bay.
A former Conrail unit leads 335 through Gold Ridge (known to some as Gold Hill) on an unusually clear summer evening.
NS-132 was only ten minutes behind I&O 401. Ex CR power leads the way.
Wow, I did not expect this! NS Ex-CR C40-8W 8364, leads NS Raw Catfish C40-9W 9874, NS Ex-CR SD50 5410, CN SD40-3 6265, and NS C40-9W 9337 through Joliet! All this was on the BNSF Mainline. Nothin... (more)