After meeting a fallen tree on its 10 mile run from Plant Marshall to Catawba, 741 sits about a mile from the mainline as they wait for Q6M to pass by.
Empty Norfolk Southern coal train 741 rolls east through Norton, VA on the former Interstate Railroad mainline. The train is passing a lone NS caboose in the former Interstate Yard on the west si... (more)
The #8099 looks right at home as it leads westbound Catawba empties (Plant Marshall-Bailey Mine) across the upper loop of High Fill on the Old Fort Loops.
Empty coal train 741 makes its way over the Holston River at Honeycutt just East of Surgoinsville. The bride and surrounding area played host to the 1984 movie called "The River".
Empty coal train 741 leaves Williamson on a pleasant March afternoon with an SD60E rebuild on point.
NS 741 cruises through the snow on icy rails in Sherrills Ford, NC on a cold snowy afternoon.
The NS 741 strolls through downtown Hickory, NC, on a cold and snowy day with Nickel Plate leading. Hickory got approximately six inches of snow.
Winter Wonderland! NS 741 trudges through the snow in Conover, NC with NS 8100 adding a splash of color to the scene.
Deep in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, a trio of brand new GE ET44AC's lead a train of Duke Power empties out of Natural Tunnel on their way east toward Andover and Carbo, and eventually Shi... (more)
Under a dreary southwest Virginia sky, three brand new GE ET44AC's make their first run up the Appalachia District with an empty Duke Power coal train in tow, seen here running up the valley towar... (more)
At precisely 5:47 PM on October 21st, 2015, a flash from the past arrived in the "future" in the form of NS Heritage Unit No. 8114, the original Norfolk Southern Railway. Leading train 7... (more)
Working westbound on the Appalachia District toward Big Stone Gap and points beyond, a pair of Gevos are at the helm of empty DKPX hopper train NS 741 as it passes through Gate City, Virginia.
The rear DPU on NS northbound 741
An empty Scherer coal train races west through the cotton fields of northwest Alabama.
Less than 24 hours after shooting the BNSF 6054, I capture the 6055 on the point of yet another empty Scherer train as it approaches the depot in Decatur. Between these BNSF Powder River coal trai... (more)