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.
NS 740 splits between the Soy Bean fields in Claremont
The Southern finally serves the South again as it leads 740 East through downtown Claremont.
After taking a tour of the Charlotte Douglas Internationals Airport, NS 957 leaves the Queen City behind as the 611 ducks under the AT&O Signal Gantry.
A trio of former SP SD45T-2’s lead a manifest East on the KYLE mainline in Gem, KS
As the sun begins to warm the surrounding New Mexico landscape an SD40-3 trio lead the empty coal drag heads for the mines to load up and return to the Plant.
After it attended the Texas Returns event at the NCTM, CSXT 2702 and it's companion stack car sit tied down on the North end of the Old Yard awaiting pickup to be returned to CSX.
With over a mile of DODX Flats in tow, three UP SD70M's lead O56 over the full Catawba River on a humid evening.
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.
Like the other hundreds of them this unit has seen, full moon rises upon an Ex- Southern Geep which has the NS "Geometry Train" in tow.