NS train 088, the KCS OCS, passes under the Southern era signal bridge at Edwardsville as they head for Atlanta. The KCS OCS was making a rare appearance off of its home rails since KCS executives... (more)
According to a friend, the cones on this wooden bridge aren't just for repairs and the wooden bridge is planned for replacement. If so, it'll be the second wooden bridge I've shot the Southern He... (more)
Climbing into Edwardsville in mountainous eastern Alabama is NS #340 behind the normal KCS power. #340 normally terminates at Norris Yard in Birmingham but due to capacity was forwarded east to Br... (more)
After holding a couple days waiting on yard capacity in Birmingham, NS decided to run KCS runthrough 340 over the mountainous East End District to classify at Brosnan Yard in Macon, GA. Even with... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train 220 heads East through Edwardsville, AL. With KCS SD70ACe #4029 still in the grey Paint scheme on the point
The Pennsylvania Railroad heritage unit, ES44AC Nș8102 leads NS's Linwood, NC to Sheffield, Alabama manifest, 173 through the small sleepy community of Edwardsville, Alabama late on the night of A... (more)
Seventeen years ago, NS SD9043MAC 7336 was built as CEFX 126 (December 1999) by GMD (EMD) in London Ontario, Canada. In fall 2008, the Indiana Rail Road took delivery of six CEFX/CIT SD9043s for c... (more)
Norfolk Southern Intermodal 290 roars East through Edwardsville, AL. With one of the NS D8.5 rebuild Locomotives on the point, this units Cab is still in primer Paint
NS ES44AC #8114 leads Eastbound Vehicle Train 26A as they head into the Siding at Edwardsville, AL. For a meet with Amtrak 19
The original Norfolk Southern heritage unit leads 26A through into the siding at Edwardsville, Alabama to meet Amtrak 19, the westbound Crescent
22G takes the siding at Edwardsville to get run around by a much hotter 220.
A uni-brow top hat leads a Birmingham to Linwood manifest through the hazy morning sunlight of eastern Alabama.
My daughter Harper watches the DPU retreat on NS 226. The joint Blue Streak service is the fastest between Los Angeles & Atlanta and is competitive with over the road teams.