3957 throttles up as she leads a northbound freight near Lexington, NC. This section of mainline used to be double track as you can see the second bridge to the left of the train. Double track has... (more)
In addition to the CSX invaders on 213, the Danville District was treated with a few other notable consists on this beautiful Tuesday morning. After waiting on P94 at Hoskins, 35Q rumbles past the... (more)
NS 213 passes the now-idle Dixie Furniture plant near downtown Lexington, NC, a portion of which has been repurposed as Bull City Ciderworks. Leaders like this are uncommon on high-priority stack ... (more)
After just getting a good pressure wash at Roanoke, the Conrail heritage motor leads train M34 through the old industrial district in Lexington with threatening skies looming in the background.
NS 926 passes through Lexington with a oddball consist of a EMD GP59 and a GE C40-9.
A rare heavy snowfall in North Carolina led to some very interesting photo opportunities for winter scenes normally not seen in the southern states. Here NCDOT's afternoon Piedmont kicks up powder... (more)
A pair of classic high hoods running long hood forward lead a Danville, VA bound empty ballast train north past the Dixie plant in downtown Lexington making quite the spectacle for 2016.
A trio of veteran workhorse SD40-2s drag a 110 car long P9R upgrade through Lexington bound for Winston Salem.
On a frigid yet beautiful December morning, Winston-Salem bound local P94 continues their northward journey after meeting southbound intermodal 218.
Big power has found its way on NS local P84 which normally has older 4 and 6-axle power. Even more unusual is big foreign power on locals such as this KCS SD70ACe that led the Linwood to Greensbor... (more)
NS P94 rolls southbound through Lexington past the idle Dixie Plant with three classic EMDs showing their muscle.
Amtrak's northbound Carolinian passes a stopped NS 158 at the new cantilever signal at Lexington amidst the backdrop of the idle Dixie Plant.
NS P94 passes under the old Southern Railway intermediates at Lexington on the way back to Linwood. The replacements are standing by directly behind the photographer.
Only a few miles into her first public excursion of the season, Norfolk and Western J-Class 611 eases through the north end of Lexington, in preparation to stop at Lake to meet a southbound.
As the sun ducks behind the clouds, 212 scurries north past the old blue horse farm just south of Thomasville as the double tracking project continues.