An NS run-through vehicle rain drops down into the West Bottoms. Behind it, an eastbound UP coal train heads east.
Eastbound NS 36A rolls by westbound NS 11A between Ardara and Larimer, PA.
Golden Hour Light
As NYS&W BH-2 continues their Westward journey to Binghamton a small stretch of track in Cochecton, NY is illuminated perfectly during the golden hour of sun.... (more)
The Carnival Comes to Town
The late afternoon sun perfectly illuminates downtown Port Jervis as the annual James E. Strates Carnival Train comes through town. Normally running ... (more)
Strates Carnival Over the Delaware River
After being delayed for almost 6 hours the 2016 edition of the Strates Carnival train crosses the always impressive Millrift Bridge as ... (more)
The holiday season is just around the corner, and the demand is starting to get at an all time high, which mean the intermodal transportation is going more toward rail transportation. Seen here CS... (more)
First train of the day. NS 115 north was the first train that I photographed this particular morning, on my first railfan trip to Clinton. Many thanks to Joe Rose who served as my "tour guide... (more)
A long day of railfanning the ex-Reading ended with a stop at Five Guys, but a quick check of ATCS Monitor showed an eastbound freight was catching up. What the heck -- head into Macungie and brea... (more)
It's early evening at Mexico, milepost 148 on the NS Middle Division as loaded garbage train 65J flies toward the setting sun. A fellow railfan can be seen along the tree line getting his shots of... (more)
A hot 251 RoadRailer departs Gest Street Yard for Kentucky late in the day as a pool of rain water reflects its image.
Norfolk Southern train 25Z with NS 9572 & 2681 pull 24 platforms past the park in Swanton, Oh., with exx-WLE 219, ex-NKP 719, caboose, now lettered with a PRR style keystone logo and Swanton on th... (more)
On a perfect spring day NS 20G rolls east through Cresson.
NS 145 leaves Decatur with an all 86' autopart boxcar train in tow headed for Claycomo's Ford Plant (northeast of Kansas City, Mo.) on March 10, 2010.