My wife and kids exchange waves with the engineer of the Carolinian.
The southbound Carolinian stops at Selma, and on the right you can see one of the other platforms - this station has three sides to board from. A double header on this train is not very common.
Passengers wait on a train in the historic depot originally built to serve the Southern and ACL railroads. It has a diamond off the edge of the main platforms, and sits inside a triangle of track... (more)
NS 9273 maneuvers cars in feed mill yard located south of NS tracks and east of CSX tracks.
The Silver Stars rounds the Selma Connection from the NS H-Line to the CSX A-Line.
Northbound "Palmetto" slowing for its stop at Selma
CSX Q141 passes the old ACL 161 milepost at Selma Union Station.
A set of NS units await their next assignment in the railyard in Selma, NC.
The SOU Heritage Unit passes by the old Southern Railway Freight Depot (Mitchener Station) in Selma, NC. Built in 1855, this is the oldest surviving station in North Carolina.
CSX L031-13 heads southbound at sunset across the diamond in Selma, NC.
NS 349 pulls past the intermediate signal at CP Hess as it pulls up to the Buffalo Road crossing where the conductor waits to meet the train
The power of NS 349 pulls further east so the end of its train can be in position at Selma Yard to pick up an additional 15 cars
Southbound Palmetto coming up to the next station stop here in town. Running about an hour late on the first day setting the clocks back an hour forward.