The pusher set aids westbound NS 168 up the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill.
After pushing 168 up Duncan Hill the pusher set with the specially painted 4004 returns to Louisville to wait for another westbound.
With helpers on the backend NS 60R accelerates its train
as it begins its climb up the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill.
With a single SD70 up front a CN unit is on the back end as it pushes the westbound up Duncan Hill.
After making its decent of the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill
the NS Southern heritage unit leads coal loads onto the New Albany floodwall as it nears Louisville.
Assigned for todays pusher set up Duncan Hill a SD40-2 and
CN GE assist westbound 224 up the grade.
The NS D90 pushers push 239 west as it begins its trip across Indiana and the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill.
NS 239 heads west as it splits the old Southern searchlight signals that will soon be replaced.
NS 111 heads east along the New Albany floodwall.
With two units on the backend in DPU the Conrail heritage unit leads westbound empties for another load of coal.
The NS Savannah & Atlanta heritage unit leads a
baretable train east by the New Albany floodwall.
NS 2597 leads westbound steel train 61A along the New Albany floodwall about to split the signals.
Built originally as a SD40 in May 1967 as B&O 7483 it would become CNJ 3062 then Conrail 6286.Today it works for the NS as the 3445 as it leads a rail train east
into New Albany.
A three inch wet snowfall welcomes empty steel train
60A into New Albany after decending Duncan Hill.
A NS SD70M-2 and SD70M lead 285 east along the New Albany floodwall as it nears Louisville.