Night Moves. On its way north from Augusta, GA following the Masters, the OCS heads toward Assembly Street--and the former Union Station--in Columbia, SC on the historic Southern/NS R Line... (more)
NS 955 is in the final miles of its somewhat chaotic journey to Atlanta and back, being plagued with brake issues in Atlanta, it had an SD60 leader North up to Harrisburg, once they were ready to ... (more)
With most of NS's Office Car fleet behind them, NS's famed "Show Ponies" storm through Control Point Falwell and across Liberty University Drive on their return trip North after the PGA ... (more)
955 thunders its way towards Salem.
After a heavy downpour, NS 955, the NS OCS, cruises past Olmsted Falls, OH just after a quick crew change going about 50 mph. NS 955 is bound for Bellevue, OH and is going to get there via Sandusk... (more)
Crossing the beautiful Rapidan River, the Office Car Special is headed north back to Altoona after a week in Georgia for 'The Masters' golf tournament.
Hi-Hood Finest Hour
Kick up leave that as fallen on this late October evening, NS 955 is en route to Debutts Yard in Chattanooga, TN with only a passenger car in tow. The passenge... (more)
For the first time in over 20 years, N&W 611 pulls its consist over the Roanoke River in Altavista on its way to long awaited homecoming in Roanoke.
N&W Class J 611 passes through the town of Thomasville NC on a northbound ferry move from the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC to Lynchburg VA for a weekend of excursions.
N&W Class J 611 crosses the Yadkin River on a northbound ferry move from the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC to Lynchburg VA for a weekend of excursions.
The N&W Class J 611 heads south on the Piedmont to Spencer.
The Saturday morning run of N&W 611 excursions to Roanoke from Greensboro passes through the S-Curve at Hardy, nearing the home city of the J, Roanoke.
The Sunday morning run of the Greensboro to Roanoke N&W 611 excursion crosses the Kate's Creek Trestle just West of Goodview, about 30 minutes out of Roanoke on the old Virginian Railway.
OCS (Office Car Special) deadheading back to Altoona from Augusta, Georgia, following the Masters golf tournament.