Are you seeing BLUE? The timing was perfect for this one. The NS Conrail heritage engine exits Shenandoah yard as a blue jay flies above! This grain train was headed for the CW in Harrisonburg, VA... (more)
NS train 201 comes south during the golden hour in the Shenandoah Valley with NS 1070 in the lead with Engineer Mike Kiblinger at the controls. This train has had back-to-back heritage leaders. NS... (more)
An NS loaded coal train crosses one of the final trestles before entering Shenandoah Yard on a warm August day in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS 3362 (former Conrail) sits on the point of a southbound mixed freight awaiting it's next move on a beautiful morning in the Shenandoah Yard.
NS train 781 (southbound coal train) makes a quick crew change in Shenandoah, Virginia with former SD70 on the point.
NS train 781( southbound coal train) makes a quick crew change in Shenandoah, Virginia with former SD70 on the point.
NS 201 enters Shenandoah Yard on a warm Saturday morning.
NS 201 begins in southbound move early Sunday morning with the leader number previously held by the NS OCS F unit.
NS train 202 leaves the yard in Shenandoah and comes across the small trestle at Yager's Lane.
NS 9478 leads two UP's northbound on beautiful day in the Shenandoah Valley.
A short on time NS 16T enters Shenandoah yard after it broke a hose just south of Elkton, Virginia.
NS train 202 with a brand new ACe on the point.
Brand new NS ACe 1210 (SD70 IAC) leads train 202 over one of the many small trestles that are part of the track north of Shenandoah.
NS 955 sits in the north end of Shenandoah yard awaiting it's next destination. This low priority train came in overnight and would sit for 24 hours before making it's next move.