A road weary 868 rests at Winston-Salem North Yard. Built in the late 1950's, 868 was one of the group of 1st generation diesels that helped retire N&W steam.
The face only a Mother could love...The BQ23-7 was unique to the Seaboard Coast Line. 25 units were produced in 1978 and 1979. They had 4 axle trucks and were rated at 2250 H.P. The purpose for th... (more)
NS 5253 sits out a cold Winter night in the back of the Winston Salem yard.
With the R.J. Reynolds tobacco company in the background, manifest train 351 slowly rolls through Winston-Salem, NC on a warm December 20, 2019.
The engineer of NS 351 digs his spurs into the veteran SD40-2 after departing Winston-Salem for Linwood yard.
A sharp freshly painted UP 6826 bask in the fall sunlight on the ready track at Norfolk Southern's Mechanical Yard.
Two SD40-2 sit tied down to their train on the mainline just outside of downtown Winston-Salem waiting on a fresh crew.
A trackmobile 9TM that's used to move railcars sits beside NS 8457 at the mechanical yard in Winston-Salem.
Former Southern SD40-2, 3246, and Southern GP38-2, 5216, along with former N&W SD40-2, 6102, idle away at Winston-Salem's North Yard awaiting their next assignment.
A brand new ET44AC backs in a load of grain for the Ingredion Plant in Winston-Salem, NC.
NS 4001 just arrived at the yard office in Winston-Salem with a load of grain for the Ingredion Plant.
CSX 7330 ex Conrail is switching out railcars out of the Ingredion Plant.