NS 169 rolls west through London. These signals protect the west end of London siding.
A empty hopper train pops out of the West portal of Pembroke Tunnel on the NS Christiansburg District. The tunnel was constructed in 1904 and is 299 foot long, with a 8.5 degree curvature.
Heading toward KRT's facility in Ceredo, a pair of NS light engines operate at restricted speed.
052 with an assortment of tanks, concrete blocks and a lone 8 axle rail car glide across the OC Bridge over Brunot's Island (Pronounced bru-know) which appears to be of an industrial wasteland.
Westbound passing mp 143 detector with a unit train of
NS coal hoppers, in afternoon sun and fresh snow.
During the last light of the day, a westbound high priority TOFC train takes the north track at Klondike on BNSF's Needles Sub.
The trainee I assume gives me a wave as they pass a now closed access road to Mittal Steel in Ogden Dunes.
NS 20Q heads east with the Fall colors starting to overtake everything.
18G rounds a bend and enters the interlocking at CP Sharp. Following the 18G was a 562 Shelocta train with four blue 80MACs!
NS C44-9W 9761 leads an eastbound NS train Berea, OH. Camera: EOS1Dmk2, Lens: 70-200mm f2.8, Exposure: ISO 100 1/500 at f5.6, Photo Copyright David Kamerman
NS westbound creates it's own "blizzard in a blizzard" during a lake effect snowfall.
17M under cloudy skies in Ruffin.
A white faced horsehead topping Kings Mountain for the first train picture of the day, with some nice color in the background