NS train 336 glides over the huge fill at the west end of Opelika; this scene has changed little in 50 years, as evidenced by J. Parker Lamb photos taken here in the 1950's
336 makes its way east behind KCS and TFM power
patterns of high, thin cirrus clouds add some texture to the sky as 336 crosses the Chattahoochee River bridge into Columbus
336 eases through the siding at Bleecker, running around an opposing A41, visible to the left holding the main
included in the consist are NREX SD40-2 9402 and NS (former Conrail) C39-8 8210; also notice the switch stand for a siding (currently out of service) to a woodyard
336 breaks the relative silence in the small town of Camp Hill, passing its historic downtown structures
336 heads to Macon with a nice lashup.
NS 336 sits in NS's Inman Yard with a pair of Union Pacific units and an ex-CR C40-8W in CR blue paint.
NS 336, heading to Macon, GA, has a catfish, an ex-CR SD50, and a Guilford (MEC) unit. The MEC unit is sure a long way from home, but I bet it is enjoying the weather.