This crew is getting underway westbound on the tough Charleston & Western Carolina, but they have 18,000hp (three SCL SD45s and two Clinchfield SD45-2s) to ease their pain. I was led to understan... (more)
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As the sun sets on a grizzled old veteran in South Carolina it sets on GP7s on most class one railroads.
CSX 911 "Spirit of our First Responders and CSX 1776 "Spirit of our Armed Forces" bring Q693-03 to the southeast end of Augusta yard to drop some cars and pick more up before procee... (more)
The Closest of Calls!: After building their train and pulling through the wye, the OCS train comes to a brief stop on a quiet portion of Sixth Street. As it sits in the street, a bold ... (more)
Entering Georgia. NS 270 leads the OCS off of the Sixth Street Bridge past the entrance to the Augusta Riverwalk as these beautiful units exit the bridge onto this unique setting and proc... (more)
Beginning the Journey Home: The Master's Classic is over and Tiger Woods redemption has captured news headlines across the country. But that was yesterday. Today, the pristine paint of... (more)
Street Running! With a lot of onlookers and a friendly and interactive conductor, NS 270 leads the OCS down Sixth Street toward the Bulk Yard, where it will rest during the Masters.
Running to the Masters. NS 270 leads the OCS toward the Bulk Yard in Augusta, GA, where it will stay for the duration of the Masters Golf Tournament.
Freshly Painted Ponies! In what I understand is their first run after being renumbered, and looking very polished and clean, NS 270 leads the OCS across the Sixth Street Bridge and off the... (more)
NS 191 crawls down 6th Street in Augusta Gerogia as he crosses the intersection of 6th Street and Telfair Street. Leading the train was the Wabash Heritage (NS 1070).
"That thing got a Hemi?" Two high horse powered machines briefly meet as NS 191 rolls 6th Street in downtown Augusta with a parked Dodge Challenger R/T staring the train down.
NS 191 eases down 6th St. and by the "Sixth on Watkins" restaurant, now closed.
*Executive Display* Norfolk Southern and BNSF office car trains rest in Augusta, GA during the week of the PGA Masters Tournament. These business trains visit the Masters nearly every year to prov... (more)