NS 3223 sits in a line awaiting a new Admiral Cab to be installed. Note the Wabash F Unit.
P76 on its way to East Point from Chamblee passing through midtown Atlanta near Atlantic Station.
Norfolk Southern job P26 sounding good coming onto the ex CofG at McDaniel Street with a chopped high hood leading the way.
The Chamblee to East Point turn, P76 makes it's way through Atlanta, Ga. as drifts under the State Capital.
What to do instead of sit in rush hour traffic? Shoot some EMD's that's what! An admiral cab SD40-2 leads the Chamblee - East Point turn into the setting sun and sounding good as they work up the ... (more)
Just at a year ago, NS Nș3223 was one of the remaining high hood SD40-2s. It now will run the rest of it's service life as an Admiral Cab Altoona Shops Rebuild and is seen as it leads a short P76... (more)
An MOW train of empty flat cars led by high hood SD40-2 NS 3223 and recently rebuilt SD40-2 3451 at Bluefield Yard, WV. Note the pumpkin above the plow. This is one of less than 50 high hood SD40... (more)
An MOW train of empty flat cars led by high hood SD40-2 NS 3223 and recently rebuilt SD40-2 3451 at Blake, WV. Note the pumpkin above the plow. This is one of less than 50 high hood SD40-2's left... (more)
With the morning's cars spotted, the local moves to park for the day. Train 22A is on the main waiting on a crew to take it into Tennessee.
A rare High Nose SD40 leads a work train towards Bellevue on the busy Sandusky District.
Older power in Radford yard
Ex-SOU 3223 poses at Radford Yard. If you're sick of new locomotives and love the older power make a trip to Radford, VA. There's always a nice collection of SD40-2s and four-axles to be found her... (more)
GOT CORN SYRUP? This local switcher has several loads that need to be placed at the local Cola plant here in downtown Roanoke. Of course, the mtys need to be set out first.
The North Delivery job backs it's train slowly into Roanoke yard behind a pair of SD40-2's.
V19 works hard to get about 20 cars over the steep grade on the VSW line. Both EMDs were in run 8 just to keep the train at about 10 MPH.