NS 233 roars out of the west portal of Glen Alum Tunnel.
High priority westbound NS 233 blasts through Wheelersburg at an impressive 60 MPH.
After being refueled and with a new crew aboard, the NS 233 heads out of the yard on main 2, passing the yard job, which is currently shoving back into the yard, on main 1, under the classic CPL.
With a pair of SD70M-2s for power, the NS 233 pulls off of main 2 at CP Craft, onto the Lockbourne siding to prepare to work the Rickenbacker Intermodal Terminal.
I was hoping to get a photo of NS 233 with doublestacks exiting Roderfield Tunnel but 5 motors will do. I'm glad it worked out like this because the first serveal cars were single stacks today.
Heading west on the eastbound main, the NS 233 heads through the Hutchins Ave grade crossing, and under the very large former NW cantilever signal. Makes me wonder how many more tracks were in thi... (more)
The NS 233 rounds the bend behind the Scioto County Sheriff's department, as it approaches the US 23 overpass, on route to work the intermodal terminal in Columbus.
The NS 233 with 5 engines, passes a bright yellow field of soybeans, as it heads towards Columbus with a very long train.
NS 233 heads through Wheelersburg heading for Portsmouth for a recrew.
After receiving a quick recrew, NS 233 is back on the road as it departs Portsmouth to the west with doublestack containers in tow.
The Heartland Corridor is open for business.
After 3 years of blood, sweat and tears, the Heartland Corridor Project opened up today for doublestacks. Here is the first one to exit Glen Alum Tunnel.
The first double stack train to travel the Pocahontas Division comes WB Through Sprigg, WV.
NS 233, a westbound intermodal increases speed after departing Williamson Yard moments ago. The train is bound for Kenova, Portsmouth, Columbus, and points west along the NS system.
NS 233 rolls by a large field of soybeans, as it heads west on the Columbus District.