A scene to never be repeated...
NS 052, the final Air-products High-and-wide train to ever travel the Lehigh Line departs Bethlehem. NS 1069 was an additional bonus to this rare move, including... (more)
NS 9972 leads empty coal train 593 west at Mexico.
NS train 36T runs along the Canisteo River between Cameron Millls and Rathbone. The Fall colors were very late this year and normally there would not be any color left in early November.
NS train 36T runs along the Canisteo River at Browns Crossing, NY on a brilliant Fall day. The Fall colors are very late this year and normally there would not be any color left in early November.
NS northbound autorack train at Rockwood, TN.
The crowds are gone with 611's passing and a westbound freight heads up Christiansburg Hill in front of only a handful of photographers. Two hours earlier, Shawsville had dozens and dozens of phot... (more)
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H76 snakes it's way across the Lehigh River, through CP88. They'll follow 20E east to Easton where they'll swing north onto the Portland Secondary for the trip n... (more)
Westbound with fall colors.
From the days of old. NS no longer runs coal traffic through Meadville. Note the Conrail unit behind the leader.
Train 285, with intermodal & autoracks for Florida, passes 231 & G1A working in Whitaker Intermodal Terminal.
Sometimes the clouds align, as they did on this beautiful May morning in Seneca, SC. Here NS 212 races north with its usual load of autoracks, double stacks, and piggybacks.
17M has 7 engines in todays lashup as it returns power back west.
The Spaulding local heads back to Bensenville with foreign power tonight. I simply used three Canon 580EX ii speedlight for this one..
General Electric vs. General Motors! On this evening, the famous quote, "Better Late Than Never!" was true as NS 155 makes a 'rare' evening appearance on 6th Street, almost 10hrs later than... (more)
A very rare daylight train heads up the Susquehanna River by the infamous Safe Harbor Dam and the dual bridges over the Conestoga River. The bridge on top was once part of PRR's Atglen & Susquehan... (more)