SD40-2 3315 was one of the engines used for local A66 on this hot summer morning. Here, they are seen working around Anniston before heading off on the mainline.
NS SD40-2 3315 leads autoracks west for Louisville after working the mixing center in Shelbyville.The 3315
was one of fifteen of the final order of SD40-2's ordered
by the Southern and was deliv... (more)
An appropriately oriented SD40-2 of Southern Railway heritage works it's way east out of Louisville with racks for the "mixing center" at Shelbyville. Fortunately, former SOU 3315 has not been "mo... (more)
This old SD40-2 started life on the road as SOU 3315 but now spends time working locals around the NS system and today has a much needed day off as it sits idle on New Years Eve.
The V40 returning to Bristol, VA with two carloads of bagged salt from Seven Mile Ford, VA
Christmas Day at Bristol. Special thanks to Union Pacific for the back drop.
NS V40 tied down on the VSW line for the Christmas holiday.
The V40 takes the diversion signal to enter the siding in Glade Spring, VA
Two workhorses do shift work in front of the old Abingdon Station.
The line known as the Rathole not only operates freights and intermodals but also has locals as seen here approaching its next stop in the yard at Somerset.
Looks can be deceiving. This light engine move is going away. What I love about NS high hoods is that this one is set up for long hood forward. You are looking at the rear of the engine!
An ominous looking high-hood SD40-2 "sits" crewless with a tie-laying train.