How often do you catch a D&RGW painted motor powering a hotshot intermodal, especially in West Virginia? Consist is NS/CR 8436, WLE 5413, and NS 6571
What a suprise! Normally powered by NS Dash 9's or SD70m-2's, today's NS 227 runs north through Shepherdstown, West Virginia, with a pair of Canadian National SD75I's.
Another load for the power plant at Homer City, Pennsylvania, I believe.
A GE Dash 9 and two EMD's haul 16T northbound over the trestle at Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
A local youth on his bike beats the train at the German Street crossing in Historic Shepherdstown
Nortbound 16T passes over a river of snow. In the distance a pick-up truck and two port-a-johns float
Atlanta bound 203 passes the historic Shepherdstown depot.
Atlanta bound 203, runs the s-curve south of Shepherdstown, WV.
Yup! Its NS 16T.
Boy, does this bunny sniffer add color to a monochromatic landscape.
After removal of the GP60's and B32-8's from intermodal service, a spartan cab SD70 is the next best thing for a leader on any NS train.
Talk about a perfect fit! At about 9 PM, a bomb train with a caboose crosses the Potomac river.
As 111 rolls north over the Potomac River, some geese enjoy the river while others are in flight. Meanwhile, some gents in a boat wait for Bubba to bite.
NS 072, reroute of Q741 juice train, crosses the Potomac River on the NS H-line (because of the CSX derailment in WDC). This was the only juice reroute.
NS 95W on the bridge over the Potomac River with MOW camp cars. The train is enroute to Riverton Junction, VA as track work in the area is about to kickoff.