Visitor from afar...
No longer a controlled point (and no signals); the "Ashby" name has been moved to the south end of double track just north of Riverton Junction
Construction work for the new bridge and alignment for U.S. highway 340 as it also crosses Compton Creek
Nothing like Springtime in Southwest Virginia! It's a balmy 80 degrees outside and birds' are chirping along with a pleasant breeze, as No. 202 gallops through the picturesque fields of Crockett, ... (more)
On perhaps the most beautiful morning of the spring season so far, a fisherman looks on as NS 202 heads east into Knoxville. The train has just passed the east end of Boyd siding and is skirting t... (more)
NS 9402 leads four units north through the gap and signals at Acorn Hill.
NS eastbound stack train #202 passes by the "See Rock City" barn near Bulls Gap.
An eastbound stack train coils through a tight reverse curve just west of Telford, TN en route to Bristol. There, crews will change as the train moves from an ex-Southern crew district to an ex-N&... (more)
Waiting on the siding is NS 37Q which will depart westbound following the crew change and pending departure of the eastbound.
A Union Pacific SD70ACe leads 202 into Bristol.
A stranger to the NS Greenville Dist., NS 202 (Intermodal; Memphis, TN - Erail, NJ), clears CP Keowee on a summer's night. A multimedia perspective on the scene can be viewed Railroad: Norfolk SouthernLocomotive: GE C40-9W (Dash 9-40CW)Location: Seneca, South Carolina, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: NS 202Photo Date: June 13, 2012
With the sound of EMD's in full dynamics permeating the air, NS 202 rumbles across the Holston River in Bluff City, TN led by a pair of standard cab EMD's.
NS 202 Glides across the Shepardstown bridge from Maryland to PA