After I sank knee deep into the mud and a smallmouth bass was nibbling on my leg, 11 R heads south. The waters of the Potomac were actually warm for late May.
Southbound on main track at CP South Boyles, with a long train in morning sunlight moving fast.
Approaching Race St. with NS 3382 on train southbound in morning sunlight. First I have seen a CEFX engine in a while.
Southbound at Race St. in morning sunlight.
Southbound at mp 260 in afternoon sunlight with ex Conrail in lead.
Southbound with mixed freight in afternoon sun at Jula St..
Southbound passing South Boyles interlocking mp 269 in morning light. Note the leanig RR poles thar look like they are slowly falling down.
Southbound passing at CP Horn in late afternoon, in fresh snow
An orange BNSF unit leads NS train 11R off of the Buffalo line and into the west end of Enola yard.
Colorful motive power; no 'ponies' or 'catfish' today!
Southbound manifest hammers through the small town of Berryville.
Clear signal 30.4!
NS 11R has just come down off the CP's D&H onto the Buffalo Line to complete the last leg of its trip to Enola Yard.
Southbound in afternoon with a long train approaching MP 265.
NS 11R exits the Rappahannock River bridge between Remington and Culpeper, VA