A beautiful day greets a nasty looking Union Pacific leader crossing Lawsons Fork just north of Beaumont in Spartanburg, SC.
NS 204 comes by Belmont on a cold December mooring with the "Bar Code" unit. Some people hate this locomotive they say it's just another ACe. But I am the type that don't care.
NS 204 split the signals at Wellford heading north with a lot of goods and packages for the Christmas season.
NS 2516 a standard cab SD70 leads 204 this morning. Oh and to look at the nice looking Carolina sky not a cloud in it.
NS 204 passes 172 at Magnolia headed north
Northbound pig train 204 passes beneath the old Southern signals at Beaumont behind an impressive quartet of 4-axles: GP50/GP38AC/GP60/GP38-2.
The hottest train on the Piedmont, NS 204 bypasses Greenville's normal crew change and accelerates through Worley.
A super short NS 204 splits the signals at Beaumont.
NS 204 slowly creeps into Clemson, SC with a trio of Union Pacifics in the lead. He is in a 10mph slow order due to a damaged rail somewhere right around the signals in the photo.
NS 204 is led by NS 6999, a fresh out of Altoona SD60E rebuild.
NS 204 pulls into Central on a sunny June morning.
Upstate South Carolina in a Photo: More than any other photo I've taken, this photo embodies this region. With abundant vegetation, beautiful lakes, the railroad, school spirit (Go Tigers!)... (more)
Hot shot intermodal train NS 204 flies northbound through Norris, SC with a little bit of color on the head.
NS 204 snakes through the "Welcome To - Thanks for Visiting" small town of Norris, SC with a new CSX leader.
The Norfolk and Western Railway only built about 15 miles into the state of Maryland, but it is very fortunate that almost every bit of it is extremely picturesque! Here is Train No. 204 heading n... (more)