NS 191 with a short load going through fall colors.
155 with it's usual power in February.
156 was running late that morning. Lately it has been past me before the sun usually.
The rail-grinder prepares to tie down for a night stay in Bath SC then it is back to work.
NS dash-8 leads what I believe is 155 under the SC HWY 421 bridge.
NS 156 idles in an unusual spot in Bath SC. It is in emergency and it appears from the danger tape on the handrails that the locomotive had hit something. However, I still haven't found out what.
NS 191 passes through the small town of Bath, which is part of what railroaders and locals call 'The Valley'. The GMTX, Ex. Oakway leader was a nice and welcomed treat!
Local p22 backs up with A B32-8 from its cut of cars and back onto the main line.
An nice EMD leader leads a very early morning NS 156 through the small mill town of Bath, South Carolina.