NS 191 rolls slowly down 6th street before entering the Augusta Terminal to meet opposing train 192.
Grinstein Green Through the Streets of Augusta: The classic SD70MAC is almost through the last portion of street running in downtown Augusta. They are slowing to a stop as a maintainer ... (more)
Green Means Go!: As NS 191 approaches the intersection of Sixth Street and Broad Street, the traffic signal changes to green as if it were in perfect unison for the approaching train. ... (more)
Grinstein Green comes to Augusta: An image rarely seen in these parts came alive today as a crème n' green ex BNSF SD70MAC rolls into Georgia. This is one of 14 PRLX SD70MAC's that NS ... (more)
Summit meeting. Heading down the historic R line from Columbia, SC to Augusta, GA, NS 191 meets NS 192 in Summit, South Carolina. A conductor walks back to check the switch as Lehigh Valley... (more)
NS 191 slowly rumbles down 6th Street in downtown Augusta with Tier IV power leading the way.
Led by the newer model ET44AC, train 191 rumbles through downtown Augusta as it crosses over Watkins Street and approaches the Augusta Yard.
Linwood-Macon slop freight 191 rolls under the impressive four track signal bridge at Spencer with Norfolk Southern's GoRail painted SD60E up front.
NS 191 featuring the Nickel Plated Road and New York Central heritage units (NS 8100 & 1066, respectively) rolls by the scenic Lutheran Chapel Church in Landis, NC. Unfortunately a tiny cloud obsc... (more)
NS 191 with a double heritage unit consist does street running down 6th street as he arrives into Augusta Georgia.
The conductor of NS 191 gives a friendly wave as he passes the town of Johnston headed for Augusta with a double heritage unit consist.
After being held in Fort Mill for 192, 191 makes its way to Rock Hill yard with the conductor getting ready to come out and uncouple the locomotives from the train to make six pick ups.