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.
With the low morning fog and clouds gracing the tops of the Shenandoah Valley, 201 continues south past the CPL's at Pkin with a 33 year old SD60 leading.
With one car in tow for Shurtape Technologies, 68 year old 1811 leads north over the Catawba River.
The full NS A-B-B-A set pulls the deadhead OCS south towards Augusta GA under the aging Southern Boxcar Frame signal bridge.
Just after sunset, a highhood duo handles working Lubrizol in Gastonia.
A recently repainted and brought out of stoarge Triclops leads 135 across the 102 year old Catawba River bridge.
PRLX 9556 (Ex BNSF, Exx BN) leads 135 out of downtown Old Fort to begin the climb up the loops.
A fresh CP AC4400CWM leads 123 across Third Creek just outside of Statesville.
A nearly 30 year old UP Triclops leads 135 West in a sunny spot from the spotty cloud cover.
After descending the Old Fort Loops, M23 eases downhill just East of the Dendron signal as they march East.
CREX 1503 leads 211 over the Catawba River on a clear Sunday morning.
A rerouted coal train from Belews Creek crosses the Catawba River not far from Claremont where he will run around his train and head down to Plant Marshall.
745 kicks up a fresh blanket of snow in Claremont as they continue west into the massive snowstorm.
With a fresh crew on board, 750 snakes North through the S-Curve at Cramerton as they head for Plant Allen in Belmont.
As they creep over the bridge in preparation for their stop at Toms Bottom, Clinchfield 800 leads the Santa Train over the Russel Fork.