a primer unit leads 335 west on a hazy summer afternoon
335 storms into Opelika in late evening sun... can you spot the other railfans in this picture?
note the Lee County courthouse and depot in the background as 335 pounds the interlocker
NS 335 with a trio of high-hoods, 3287, 3269, and 3213, at 1:30am in the Recieving Yard.
westbound on Columbus District (Alabama Division); the signal protects the CSX A&WP/WofA Sub interlocker by the depot
335 on the former Central of Georgia heads towards Columbus as it passes under the CSX Fitzgerald Sub (former AB&C/ACL)
335 makes a smoky departure from Camp Hill with an interesting consist: two consecutively numbered NS GP60s, two BNSF SD40-2s, and NREX (former SOU, CP) high hood SD40-2 5476.
westbound shortly after leaving Columbus
NS 335 heads west through Smiths Station East of Opelika, AL.
335 heads for Birmingham from Macon on a rainy afternoon with an odd mixture of power.