The Tennessee River channel was low, which was excellent for fishing on a claim Friday evening, NS 288 (Atlanta,GA-Detroit,MI) zips its way across the river as the fisherman, and women didn't pay ... (more)
Blasting its way north on the single main track on the Atlanta North-End, NS 288 (Atlanta, GA-Detroit, MI) with some color up at the lead waste not a single second trying to get through Collegedal... (more)
Norfolk Southern Vehicle Train 288 makes their way Northbound as they roar through Rockmart, GA. With the Conrail Heritage Unit on the point
NS 288 rolls down Braswell Mountain and into Rockmart.
NS 8114, the 20th heritage unit I've seen in service (finally!) leads NS 288 through Lindale, GA on a nice Ausust afternoon. But alas, only 11 of my count has been leading in the sun, so I shall c... (more)
A short 288 pauses for cross traffic at the B&O diamond as the sun rises on a new day. A remnant of rail is still visible in the bottom right of the photo.
Downtown sound was getting claim and quite as the Saturday evening hours progress, til NS 288 (Atlanta, GA-Detroit, MI) high tail north bound under the Hair signal with a pair of fairly new BNSF E... (more)
What has become common on this train, BNSF power leads the string of autoracks north as it approaches Chattanooga for a crew change.
NS 288 (Atlanta,GA-Detroit,MI) come to a stop at the 226.0 signal just north of Ooltewah with NS 1073 The Penn Central Heritage Unit on at the lead.
Norfolk Southern's gorgeous Delaware and Lackawanna heritage unit leads train 288 north, roaring through the extreme north Georgia countryside.
The sun has set on a long summer day in rural Ohio while an NS rack train hustles eastbound.
NS northbound autorack train 288 rolls through the rural Kentucky countryside north of Georgetown on a beautiful summer morning.
The power and first few cars of NS 288 roll to a stop to be tied down at Klines Yard for the night
Two locomotives and three autoracks are the entire 288 as it prepares to tie down just west of Flat Rock Road at Klines Yard