A surprising NS 285 has just come onto Florida East Coast trackage as it embarks on the crossing of the St. Johns River in Jacksonville and prepares to hand off its train to the FEC for the next s... (more)
A standard cab SD70 passes FEC milepost 0 as it leads 285 onto the Saint Johns River bridge in downtown Jacksonville, headed to FEC's Bowden Yard for interchange.
NS 319 has just crossed the Ohio River from New Albany, IN on the former K&IT bridge and is seen here arriving at NS's Youngtown Yard in Louisville.
A busy New Years Day for the railroad as NS 375 heads west nearing Louisville.
Good leader on the 18N in nice morning light through CP-RADE
Late running NS Triple Crown Roadrailer 261 pulls past CP Homer on the east side of Altoona yard.
NS 202 clears the detector at 915 as it heads north towards Hagerstown MD.
SD70 duo, back to back, is starting its trek down the West Slope at the Gallitzin Tunnels Park.
Standard cab SD70's running elephant style decend the West Slope coming out of the Allegheny Tunnels.
Westbound approaching mp 116.
A venerable SD70 waits its turn for the second cut of coal at Turley. NS uses six engines from Sevier Yard and three back in each half, mainly for braking.
Loaded coke passes a signal maintainer returning from an inspection of the Sewickley high car detector at Milepost 12 (visible in the background).
Which is better? NS 173 (left) with a NS SD70, a NS C40-9W, and a BNSF C44-9W or NS 119 (right) with a NS SD60 and a NS C40-9W. I'm going with 173.
Under blue skies and a colorful ridge 23M scoots westbound with an SD70 leader.