An increasing rarity, former Southern Railway high hood GP38-2 #5173, sits in Norfolk Southern's Hayne Yard in Spartanburg, SC, awaiting assignment.
NS P74 stops for the conductor to throw a switch as NS 119 rolls past them on the mainline.
NS 119 picks speed at Hayne Junction after working Hayne Yard.
The stillness of Spartanburg, SC, is broken by the crew of Norfolk Southern train 119 getting their train together before heading south to Greenville, SC.
In the middle of the consist on NS P42. Unsure of lineage or reason for location.
NS 28T gets underway at Hayne Junction with a train of brand new BMWs in tow.
NS P79 leaves Hayne Yard with a long train of empty racks headed for the BMW plant in Greer.
NS 172 stopped at Hayne Junction to change crews. I'm guessing the crew's time ran out
NS P78 leaves Hayne Yard bound for the BMW plant at Greer with 50 plus cars in tow.
NS P42 gets its train ready on a beautiful April morning in Spartanburg, SC. Hayne Yard was named after South Carolina Senator Robert Hayne, most notably known for his role in the famous political... (more)
NS P79 picks up speed as it leaves the Hayne Yard in Spartanburg, SC, with a very long train of empty autoracks bound for the BMW plant in Greer.
NS 212 flies through Hayne Junction on one of a couple of snow days in the Upstate of South Carolina in 2014.