NS 213 highballs the endangered signal at Cornelia.
NS 20T thunders east thru the small hamlet of Oakley, hell-bent for the next crew-change at Peru, IN.
NS 218 with stacks on the head end charges through Waverly at an impressive track speed of 60MPH.
The 218 passes the signals for Glen Jean, and begins to head over the long bridge over the Scioto River, and passes one of the wells that supplies the water to Waverly.
Warm weather brought a misty Haze, Drizzle, Fog & NS to the east slope of Sand Patch
After 2 plus hours in Lynchburg, due too heavy snow and frozen switches, NS 227 heads out of town and crosses the James River bridge on its way north. CANON EOS 50D
NS 227 heads back north to pick his train up at Rivermont. CANON EOS 50D
An eastbound train on the Sandusky District pass by a pile of scrap metal in the background, and passes the old CPL, as it heads though Marion.
Westward with the high green
With only seconds left before the Tug Fork valley is in the shadows, pusher set J5J shoves coal drag 890 east toward Auville Yard and Iaeger.
With coal drag 824 coming off the Buchanan Branch, helper set J5J idles on Main #2 and will soon head east to push coal drag 890 to Auville and on to the Dry Fork Branch.
Visitors form that other railroad visit town!
Now that a 25mph restriction has been lifted at H 16.4, a NS southbound empty coal cars, races acrross the Potomac River bridge at 40 mph.