P29 coasts down the street running with nothing but AC44C6M #4071.
A close up view of NS SD70ACC #1838 resting in the yard. Its right side is particularly grimy.
P97 skirts down the street running to pull out its cut of cars from the yard. Thoroughbred Dash 9s have been a classic sight here for the past 2 and a half decades, and hopefully will last a littl... (more)
The street running in downtown New Bern is a major attraction for railfans nationwide. Hancock Street, the road the tracks rest upon, are lined with banners displaying the town name and its bear t... (more)
TOP21 strikes again. P98 is now a Selma to New Bern turn and P97 is a Chocowinity to New Bern turn. All cars between Selma and Choco (90% of it being to and from PCS Phosphate) now go to the yard ... (more)
A pair of the ugliest road locomotives in history lead a much more eye-pleasing ET44 on P98 as it works the yard.
One of NS's horrid, hideous, and repulsive SD60Es leads P97 into the yard. A nice treat was the Virginian heritage unit trailing second out.
A new symbol around here due to TOP21, NS P98 (formerly E49) pulls into the yard. On the south track is a camp train, and the derails guarding it perfectly frame P98.
A Herzog train pulls out into the street running. This train had quite an interesting lashup, consisting of a 3 month old SD70ACe, 41 year old GP40-2, and an AC44C6M.
Due to the train being quite long, E49 swings around the curve in front of the old Southern Railroad passenger station at the beginning of the downtown street running. It was switching the yard, w... (more)
It's just after midnight on a calm and quiet September night as NS 057 creeps across the Trent River Drawbridge with 75 DODX loads on the pin behind a pair of widecab GE's.
NS 911 leads E51 through a busy intersection and into New Bern Yard after holding for E16 to clear the yard and head to Morehead City.
NS 911 leads E51 west across the Neuse River in New Bern, just before stopping short of the yard to let the Morehead City local clear up before continuing.
With 3 DODX Loads in tow, NS E16 begins its trip toward Camp Lejeune as it crosses the Trent River Drawbridge just after sunrise on a humid Eastern NC morning.
With a short train in tow for the Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune, NS E16 creeps across the Trent River Drawbridge in New Bern shortly after sunrise on a humid summer morning.