NS 349 sits in front of the Pomona Tower ready to head south on a clear signal while NS 211 shoves into the yard to drop a cut of cars.
On a typically cold January evening in the Piedmont of North Carolina. NS 349 arrives into its termination point of Linwood yard as an extra loaded ballast train hammers down up the hill with sand... (more)
After running out of fuel in their lead unit, NS 349 runs the wye at CP Hunt in Raleigh to turn their power around. The train is now back on the move, but this lead unit is also running on empty.... (more)
The SOU Heritage Unit passes by the old Southern Railway Freight Depot (Mitchener Station) in Selma, NC. Built in 1855, this is the oldest surviving station in North Carolina.
The SOU Heritage Unit gives off lots of exhaust as it leads NS 349 westbound through farmlands in Clayton, NC.
Selma to Linwood manifest 349 makes an appearance in Thomasville, NC with the Norfolk and Western Heritage ES44AC leading the way just before midnight on May 11, 2016.
NS 349 roars through Clayton, NC with all 3 units in notch-8 with the N&W Heritage Unit in the lead
NS 349 pulls past the intermediate signal at CP Hess as it pulls up to the Buffalo Road crossing where the conductor waits to meet the train
The power of NS 349 pulls further east so the end of its train can be in position at Selma Yard to pick up an additional 15 cars
The Reading leads NS 349 through Cary, NC on Leap Day.
NS 349 heading south through Thomasville with a lone ex-UP SD90MAC in charge passing the towns Christmas tree.
A UP leaders leads NS 349 from Selma back to Linwood.
NS 349 rolls south through Thomasville with a CSX AC44 leading a CREX ES44AC.
This westbound is bound for Linwood, NC with a leaser leading a 96 car manifest. Thank fully it hasn't gotten it's horsehead paint job yet.
Here we catch the NS heritage engine on NS 349 running long hood forward, as it crosses the CSX A-Line and the beautifully restored Selma, NC passenger station, which sees 4 Amtrak trains call on ... (more)