A BNSF and ATSF Warbonnet pair leading Norfolk Southern train I64 (extra 264) under the Southern signals in Lowell, NC.
In fun palindrome style, NS 911 leads NS 119 under the Southern-era intermediate signals in Lowell.
Two aspects of railroading that may cease to exist in the future.
Running on an as-needed basis, a loaded Belmont coal train swings under the Southern era intermediates at Lowell. With the age of... (more)
The Southern heritage unit leads train 204 northbound under the Southern intermediates in Lowell, North Carolina.
NS local P43 going north under the old GRS type D Southern signals that still remain over the Charlotte District mainline in Lowell, North Carolina.
After stopping to meet a couple trains at Lowell, NC. 264 get's under way to continue it's journey from Memphis to the intermodal yard at the airport in Charlotte. This train can normally be seen ... (more)
NS 222 knocks down CP Lowell in Lowell, NC with the NS #8101 GE ES44AC ( Central Of Georgia ) Heritage Unit in command heading for Charlotte, NC this evening.
Rolling under the Southern Railway era intermediates at Lowell. 744 is lugging it's Belmont coal loads up grade towards Gastonia. Where it will run around and head back to Belmont. There is a sayi... (more)
Headed for Bessemer City, NS P43 heads south through Lowell under the intermediates.
A scene straight from the 90’s, a pair of BNSF SD70MAC’s lead 222 to Charlotte as they pass under the old Southern Boxcar signals that stand in the town of Lowell.
NS 5230 takes P43 back north under the Lowell intermediates.
Framed by the Southern Railway era intermediates at Lowell. The most talked about train running the Piedmont today is 213. Reason being the train was powered by a SD40-2 and a ACe.
The P&N head's to the Modena street site as they are seen here passing Power Drive in Lowell, NC.
Almost 7 years since the DL&W heritage unit rolled out of the paint shop in Muncie, IN. The paint is looking a little rough. Will NS give it a new coat of Lackawanna paint? Fingers crossed
NS 154 rolls north under the signal bridge at Lowell with the Lehigh Valley heritage unit leading.