Southern Serves the South: Hotshot Atlanta-Croxton, NJ intermodal train 212 sits at Yonah, the north end of the double track through Lula on the Southern Piedmont Division mainline, waiting... (more)
The Southern heritage unit blasts through downtown Easley along former Southern rails.
NS 212 rounds the curve and ducks under the wooden bridge in Lula, GA where he will pull around to Yonah to meet Amtrak 19 and 203.
After getting word from Gary and Michael South of me, we got the chance to see 212 with the SOUTHERN heritage unit leading! The first time leading on this line and the second time it has been thro... (more)
To start off March in 2014, NS 212 blasts North through Westminster, SC. The consist has been hanging around on our trains for a few days and I'm glad I got to see it. NS 212 would go around to Ja... (more)
NS 212 highballing up track 2 in Mount Airy, running just at an hour behind NS 204.
Yet again another train is running late and it's NS 212. After 172 came 154 came by this guy shows up make good speed, but would have to ride approaches for about 15 miles until 154 could get to T... (more)
Southern Snowpocalypse! After having wait for a Southbound NS 221 to pass, NS 212 crosses mains and proceeds northbound towards Greenville.
2014 is the year real winter weather returned to the Northeastern US. During its final hours, this latest storm changed to ice and freezing rain in central and northern New Jersey. A break in th... (more)
Late-running hotshot 212 has picked up about 40 baretables to shuttle them from Inman to points north following the ice-caused shutdown of Atlanta, seen here pushing track speed just south of Lula... (more)
NS 212 blasts through the signal at "Haywood" just north of downtown Easley, SC. All of the former Southern Railway Signals are on borrowed time as their replacements are already on site.
NS 212 as they pass through the peach orchard in Alto, GA
A UP GEVO leads 212, breaking the monotony of NS Dash 9s on the Lehigh Line. The train is kicking up fresh snow from a storm the day before.
Three SD70 variants lead an early morning 212 through Bethlehem on a bitterly cold and windy Thanksgiving morning.