Different generations of motive power sitting around the turntable at the roundhouse.
Interior of a brand new NS SD70M-2.
No, this is not the orginial Norfolk Southern as we know it. This road was actually a shortline that was acquired by the Southern and later evolved into todays Norfolk Southern.
2601 takes the foreground as 6900 and 4610 idle in the background.
NS 128 screaming through Lexington with an ex BN white face SD40-2. This is showing her heritage with the nose logo starting to reappear.
NS 218 coming into Linwood lite with a patched SP unit and other NS EMD's.
CSXT Q613 sits as Auto Train passes them on the number one track at Folkston.
On a rare move out of Roanoke NS 185 travels down the Whitethorne District instead of the route via Christiansburg. Trailing in the consist was a C39-9, SD70M-2 and the normal Catfish.
NS 129 passing with an untouched CNW C42-8 and two pieces from UP's fleet.
NS P61 is heading toward Salisbury with an untouched BN SD70MAC leading an ex TFM GP40-3.
NS 134 coming across the "Mighty Hudson" with one heck of a lashup.
NS P61 grinds up Five Row, powered by three ex Southern high hoods doing all they can to pull the hill with there long train.
CSXT Q127 southbound with a missing numberboard.
CSXT A772 heads south with old four axle GE's as power.
NS 18M backing in at Duke.