The NS 234 heads out of the shadows, curving away from Higby Rd, on a very nice fall evening.
ES40DC NS 7685 leads NS 234 intermodal stack train through Singer, VA.
The NS 234 zips around the bend and catches the last rays of sunlight making it to the track, with the ridge in the background showing a bit of fall colors.
The 234 rolls down the Lockbourne Siding, preparing to work Rickenbacker.
Having just arrived, the NS 234 rolls past the grain elevator on the Lockbourne siding, preparing to drop off a few containers, as well as pick up a few before continuing the trip east.
The NS 234 heads over the SR 32/SR 124 overpass, and by the signs next to the US 23 exit ramp.
The NS 234 pulls a colorful stack train through Circleville, as it continues its trip east.
The 234 snakes its way from the Lockbourne siding to main one at Craft, with about an 8800 ft long train today.
A long NS 234 pulled by all EMD power heads back out into the open, with the temperature being in the 90's this afternoon, the crew most likely is happy to have a SD60 with air conditioning.
NS 234 blasts over the Kenova bridge with a full consist of double stack containers.
Passing by a healthy field of soybeans, the NS 234 continues its trip east.
The NS 234 heads over the long bridge over the Kinnikinnick creek, and State Route 180, near the Sulphur Spring Rd intersection.
Norfolk Southern 234 meets 15E at the fairly rare lap sidings in Continental, Ohio. I love the shorty Nickel Plate Signal here.
The NS 234 takes the scenic route, passing rolling hills and farmland, as it heads down the Columbus District.
SD40-2 6097 leads eastbound 234 towards the old N&W signals with the small town of Capels on the hillside in the background.