NS 212 scurries northbound through Easley, SC with CSX 505 doing the honers. The colors look good with the sun's strong rays lighting it up.
On a cool November morning, NS 212 wanders through the upstate of South Carolina on his way to Croxton, New Jersey, where he terminates. Here, he is passing the 1920's era Southern Railway depot, ... (more)
"UP Heritage Visits the Garden State"
When word spread that UP 1996, the Southern Pacific Heritage unit was leading NS 212, railfans across the NS system made it a point to be tr... (more)
Thanks to a call from Chip, I managed to catch my personal favorite locomotive leading two other favorites on one consist! Here 212 rushes North towards Greenville, SC after leaving Atlanta almost... (more)
A big SD80MAC leads 212.
You can imagine my surprise when a friend called saying 212 was out of Atlanta with an SD80MAC leading. These units are typically held captive in Pennsylvania, but one escaped and wandered down to... (more)
A trio of KCS units leans into the sweeping curve north of downtown Easley, SC on this beautiful morning. Special thanks to fellow RP contributor Casey Bell for keeping me updated on 212's progre... (more)
A standard cab Dash 8 in real need of a paint job, leads NS 212.
A rare locomotive outside the state of Pennsylvania, one of the 17 ex-Conrail SD80MACs rumbles through downtown Flowery Branch on a pleasant February morning in the lead of hotshot intermodal 212.
NS 212 eases into Croxton yard with a KCSM leading two oher gray KCS units in Jersey City, NJ.
A trio of KCS units leads a much-anticipated NS 212 into Newark. This train seemed to appear on local railfan "radar" moments after departing Atlanta over 24 hours earlier. It is not o... (more)
"We Aren't in Kansas Anymore..."
After making the two day journey from Georgia to New Jersey, NS 212 is only miles away from its terminating point of Croxton Yard. Here the KCS t... (more)
"KCS Trio Passes Phillipsburg Union Station"
Three Kansas City Southern units lead NS 212 past the Phillipsburg Union Station on a dreary February morning. While this train can f... (more)