The New York Central heritage unit leads train 35Q at Red Hill.
NS 35Q passes under the soon to be retired Southern Railway signal bridge at Red Hill.
NS D9-40CW #9049 leads southbound train 211 at Red Hill.
A late Amtrak Crescent train 20 enters the double track at Red Hill.
Train 35Q passes through Red Hill with a NS SD70 and SD70M. NS 2576 was originally built as Conrail CR 2576 in 1998. NS 2581 was the first SD70M built for Norfolk Southern in 2000.
Southbound train NS 35Q passes under the soon to be gone Southern Railway signal bridge at Red Hill.
A Norfolk Southern standard spartan cab EMD SD70 leads southbound train 35Q past the Southern Railway signals at Red Hill. NS 2547 was built in 1994.
On a bitterly cold February afternoon, NS train 35Q is seen passing under an old warrior, a Southern Signal Bridge. These signals are becoming more and more scarce with the replacement 'vader' sty... (more)
Having made the 3 hour journey to this spot twice before with not a single train, this third trip was make or break. Luck was on my side this day however, and just as the sun came out from behind... (more)
Weekday Amtrak Regional 176 (or 014 in NS-speak) storms North on a Clear through the "Red Hill" CP. The Washington District hosts a variety of passenger services over various stretches ... (more)
Station at North Garden was still manned but was torn down sometime in 1968/69
A work train shoves back a cut of tie gondolas.
NS SD60 6622 leads southbound train 11R past the Southern Railway signals at Red Hill.
NS 11R swoops around the curve and under the SOU signal bridge at Red Hill.