Rolling along CSX's former Seaboard Air Line
F820 (K470) rolls through downtown Mount Holly, NC on the Charlotte Sub. The train is heading towards Bostic and on up the Clinchfield.
Heading towards Charlotte W015 passes the signal at NE Duke in Mount Holly.
Loaded CSX MOW train lead by a couple of the railroad's
SD40-3 locomotive's passes South End of Duke. The train is making it's run towards Bostic and then up the Clinchfield.
A loaded coal train, Spring Switch, And a classic SAL signal. T722 sit's in the siding as this SAL signal guard's the North end of duke siding.
Sitting tied down at the North end of Duke siding in Mount Holly. Loaded Loyall, KY coal train T722 awaits a fresh crew to take it to Marshall Steam Station. Reminiscent of the times when Riverben... (more)
Passing the P&N station at Mount Holly. K447 has entered the P&N and continues to make it's way to the transflo facility in Charlotte.
A veteran SD40-2 leads a couple UP widecab EMDs on empty High Rock ethanol train K466-19 as they hit the spring switch at South End Duke siding south of Mount Holly. This is a very welcomed sight ... (more)
K446-06 is about to pass one of the remaining Seaboard Air Line signals to this stretch of RR. This ones at SE Duke siding. The train is on the Charlotte sub and is making their way towards Bostic... (more)
K428 with the CN trio rolls over the P&N connection at Mount Holly and is about to make a run up the Charlotte sub.
E314 is about to come off the Terrell sub at Mount Holly and enter the Charlotte sub for a run to Bostic and then up the Clinchfield.
N759 is making it's way up the Terrell with a ET44AH leader behind a AC44 and there is two GE's pushing on the rear of the train.
N759 make's it's way across a road crossing at the outskirts of Mount Holly.
Loaded coal train N759 is rolling through downtown Mount Holly here as it get's ready to head up the Terrell.
Well never expected this. CSX P901 with the recently repainted CRR in tow heads to Charlotte as it comes through Mount Holly, NC. Now you want to say historic moves this was one.