After receiving 6 to 12 inches of snow across central North Carolina, the trains are running as usual.
Amtrak 74 has no trouble getting through the heavy, wet snow on its journey to Raleigh.
NS 64D pulls a unit ethanol train through heavy snow on its way to Selma, NC.
Amtrak 75 races through heavy snow towards Cary.
Amtrak 80 rustles leaves through Mebane on a cold, Autumn morning.
NS P07 pulls loaded cars across Bolin Creek Trestle. This train is bound for UNC Chapel Hill's Cogeneration Facility and the Ready Mix Concrete Company.
NS P07 pulls loaded coal cars into UNC Chapel Hill's Cogeneration Facility.
A loaded unit ethanol train passes through Raleigh shortly after sunrise. It's a rare opportunity to catch eastbound freights in daylight through this territory.
The Nash County Railroad prepares to work the Braswell Family Farms Mill in Nashville, NC.
Amtrak 91 arriving at Cary.
The Reading Heritage Unit crest the grade westbound with a loaded unit phosphate train.
The Southbound Carolinian is led by the Phase I Heritage Unit.
The Illinois Terminal Heritage Unit leads an empty unit ethanol train westbound with Tommy Aldridge at the throttle.
The 611 thunders up the Blue Ridge Grade eastbound towards Lynchburg, VA over Memorial Day weekend.
The 611 rounds the S-Curves just north of Reidsville, NC heading southward to Greensboro.