385 passes through Wilton Southbound to Selma, Al.
Norfolk Southern Train 385 heads South as they pass through Wilton, AL. With PRLX (former BN) SD70MAC #9551 leading
A tied down NS A15 is seen here waiting for a new crew to yard the train.
A Southern Railway rock hopper is the only other thing keeping this snoot nosed SD40-2 company tonight as it sits by its lonesome at the south end of the NS yard in Wilton.
Norfolk Southern Local A15 (relief Crew for A84) waits permission to enter their yard at Wilton, AL. After coming South from Talladega, AL.
Norfolk Southern Freight Train 385 makes their way Southbound as they pass through Wilton, AL. With a Canadian National SD75I on the point
A section of "new rail" as designated by the chalk marks from a track crew is pretty fitting verbiage for this rail since it was rolled a little over a year ago in 2012.
Fans get their final shots of Southern 630 as they train slowly heads out of Wilton for the final weekend journey to Birmingham and the end of another successful 21st Century Steam Excursion in Al... (more)
The conductor listens to the radio as he protects the shove back after a successful wye maneuver all while passing a classy EMD SD40-2 on an adjacent track.
With a return from Talladega complete, A84 goes to work switching coil cars in the small yard at Wilton with a nice looking EMD SD40-2 at the helm.
A picturesque and rather road beaten NS SD60 locomotive sub-lettered for the Southern Railway along with three GE wide cab engines and their train of load of rock hoppers sit tied down just outsid... (more)
Southern Pacific Lines Tracing its origin to the 1870s, Southern Pacific’s Sunset medallion could be found on railroad maps, timetables, bridges and even on the nose of E-unit locomotives.... (more)
Three’s Company, Too! A “hat trick” of GP38-3 locomotives is captured in Wilton today, as the conductor of A84 knocks on the door and looks over the list of cars to sort with a pair of... (more)
NS 955 is ready to take on fuel before heading on to Selma, then on to Mobile, AL.