Hot shot 213 with 80MAC 7217 leading charges south over the Southern Railway bridge at Converse, SC. I will add that this was a beautiful fall day.
NS 153 glides over the Pacolet River with NS 1074 the Lackawanna heritage unit in charge.
NS 119 rolls through the trench in Gastonia with one of many leasers currently on lease to NS. This one is CIT 6006 an SD60 and is an XSOO locomotive. Because it had this leader it was a popular t... (more)
NS 172 traverses an S curve on the upper end of Cramerton, NC. This X Southern Pacific is still out and riding the rails wearing it's UP pant.
51R comes by North Advanced in Charlotte with a AC44C6M DC to AC conversion 4003 unit leading. This one is one of two painted with a red mane on it's side.
NS 204 comes by 5th street in Belmont, NC with a couple of BNSF locomotive's leading.
NS 750 lead by some foreign power rounds the curve at Lowell headed to the power plant in Belmont, NC.
NS 118 comes though the snow in Lowell, NC with the classic southern MP sign and signals. Snow's like this are sort of a rarity in this part of NC.
Well never expected this. CSX P901 with the recently repainted CRR in tow heads to Charlotte as it comes through Mount Holly, NC. Now you want to say historic moves this was one.
NS P43 heads south through through Cramerton on a beautiful fall afternoon. XSOU high hood 5230 looks right at home as they run LHF. They are heading south to Gastonia, NC to work an industry on t... (more)
Under a clear fall afternoon NS 154 makes it's way NB through the curves in Cramerton, NC. Note 154 also had a newer ES44AC leading.
NS 119 with a ES44AC leading leans into the curve at Cramerton on a nice September afternoon.
A standard cab D9 leads hot shot intermodal train 213 as they make the journey south to Atlanta. This picture was taken just after they entered a big curve here.
Adding some more color to the pink crape myrtle tree. NS 172 comes around the curve in Cramerton with a full Union Pacific lash up.
NS 290 swings through the curves at Cramerton, NC as a blooming crape myrtle tree looks on.