With only a handful left, the D9-40C's are almost all gone, this one leads a Macon bound freight northbound along the GS&F.
UP SD60M 2295 leads 330 by the parked local power in the shop tracks in Valdosta.
One of the few former Conrail SD80MAC's lead this northbound as the local yard job sorts cars for the yard with a GP40-2 and Slug.
One of the many leasers that NS has been using leads Macon bound 330 from Crawford after a meet with one southbound.
With the sun in full and bright, a foreign yet older EMD leader is seen heading north for Macon fresh crew onboard as well.
With the sun in full and bright, a foreign yet older EMD leader is seen heading north for Macon but is about to crew change.
NS 330 heads north toward Macon with an array of power including the Original NS Heritage from the previous days NS 229.
Florida: The Consumer State! I have heard statistics that 90% of rail cars come to Florida as loads, and leave as empties. As southbound NS 321 (far track) passes northbound NS 330 (near track), i... (more)
NS 330 with a nice consist of power heads north thru a wet and soggy downtown Valdosta. The ex-Union Pacific SD9043MAC is now NS 7290 and was on the previous days NS 229 from Ohio.
Heading north on the straight and long Valdosta District, NS 330 is almost to Valdosta to swap crews.
The first heritage unit of 2015 visited the GS&F and was trailing on 321 the day before and now leads a powerhouse of engines on a lengthy freight thru the Georgia flat lands. The very bottom unit... (more)
NS 330 starts to pull out of a foggy Simpson Yard on a cool moist morning. Fog is common in the mornings during the dry season.
NS 330 cruises towards Langdale Yard behind a nice looking EMD leader. This line is flat and very long as you can see by the string of cars behind the locomotives. Canon Rebel T1i