RailPictures.Net Photo: NS 8100 Norfolk Southern GE ES44AC at Rock Hill, South Carolina by Matthew DeLanghe
 
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Norfolk Southern (more..)
GE ES44AC (more..)
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Rock Hill, South Carolina, USA (more..)
April 15, 2017
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
NS 8100 (more..)
NS 191 (more..)
Matthew DeLanghe (more..)
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After being held in Fort Mill for 192, 191 makes its way to Rock Hill yard with the conductor getting ready to come out and uncouple the locomotives from the train to make six pick ups.
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