A brand new Wabtec/GE AC44C6M rebuild locomotive leading train 202 at Acorn Hill in Bentonville.
NS train 201 makes its way south during the "golden hour" with NS 4002 leading the way on a chilly evening in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
The morning parade continues with southbound NS train 15T during a gorgeous spring day in the Shenandoah Valley. This stretch of highway between Front Royal and Luray is lined with redbud trees. ... (more)
NS train 15T approaches Overall on its journey south past the MP 73 on a Georgia like Saturday afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #10098
Train Q76 comes across the high trestle at Overall during the winter soltice.
NS train 746 (loaded coal train) glides over the high trestle at Overall. The previous highway bridge is seen underneath on a warm August day in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS train 202 clears the signal at Acorn Hill with a pair of SD70M's in the second and third position.
NS 202 approaches the small town of Bentonville with a pair of SD70M's in the second and third position. These engines have become a rare sight lately. The N&W signal at Acorn Hill is seen in the ... (more)
NS 202 glides through the S curve at Acorn Hill and makes it's way past the N&W signal at Acorn Hill.
NS 202 clears the S curve at Acorn Hill and comes past the N & W signal mask on warm morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
A late evening coal train comes south across the trestle at Overall at the Page - Warren County line.
NS 202 with a pair of GE's elephant style comes across the high trestle at Compton.
The recent addition of coal trains back to the valley has increased traffic and allowed more opportunities like this.
NS 955 with the N&W 611 J rolls over the high trestle at Overall on a beautiful morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS 746 makes it's way over one of the many bridges that are between Front Royal and Shenandoah, Virginia.