Southbound Piedmont train 75 flying by control point Adams in Concord, North Carolina
The first 12R to operate out of Columbia, SC continues north by Concord, NC to Enola, PA. The train led by DC to AC 1800. Is passing one of the many old textile mills that are for sell in the area... (more)
Intermodal train 213 heads under the signals in Concord, NC on its way south on December 19, 2019.
Southbound Amtrak train 73 - the morning Piedmont service - cruises through the intermediate signals in Concord, NC on its way to its final stop in Charlotte on December 19, 2019.
Southern Railway heritage unit 8099 leads the Norfolk Southern OCS trainset en route to Atlanta, GA. The rear of the train has just passed through signal point "Rocky Ridge."
The northbound Carolinian is making good time, cutting through the first rays of sunlight on a humid summer morning.
Follow the Flag. The Wabash heritage unit leads a 52V grain train through Concord, NC.
A northbound lights up the classic Southern Railway cantilever at Concord, NC less than a month before its demise. The relays seem to be confused, a sign of this signal's age, as the lower head s... (more)
Norfolk Southern's executive F's bring the OCS consist back to Altoona from Augusta after spending the week at the PGA Master Tournament.
NS heritage unit 8114 leads NS 154 past 1 one of many old abandoned factories.
NS 212 with the "bumblebee" in charge passes over Kannapolis Highway just a half mile or so from the Concord NCDMV just off of I-85 exit 58. Until recently, this shot wasn't possible due... (more)
A full moon and a classic Southern Railway signal bridge faithfully watch over the Charlotte District sometime after 3am as a southbound diverges onto track one at Haydock on a peaceful April nigh... (more)
NS 154 has recently been the train to catch on the Piedmont. In the last eight days, 154 has featured NS 1070 (the "Wabash" heritage unit) twice, and today featured NS 8114, the "No... (more)
An almost full moon shines through the clouds, back lighting a signal head at CP Haydock just south of Concord, NC.
The now gone, Brosnan era lattice style cantilever in Concord, NC frames up southbound intermodal P99 as it cruises southward to Charlotte with a duo of BNSF GE's on point.