What I did on my Summer Vacation: After a parade of trains headed to the intermodal yard or up the Buffalo Line across the Susquehanna River, 6786 shows up headed into Enola Yard over the famous R... (more)
My first train photo of 2012 wouldnt be quite right if it didnt include this shot taken just after a quick dose of fake snow from the lakes & a touch of sun trying to work its way out ... Happy Ne... (more)
Pausing on the main at Watkins to allow a one unit pusher to dismount, a loaded coal drag will soon continue its trek along NS's scenic and mountainous Appalachia District.
Catching a glimpse of the evening sun, a pair of DPU's assist a loaded coal drag toward Gate City.
Former Conrail power, now NS 6786, a SD60M, provides the power to transport former GO Transit 525, a F59PH, now TRE 120, which was painted by NS in Altoona, and is now on its way to Texas.
Train 19G races west towards Conway.
SD60M stretches this coal drag out at the mouth of Grapevine Creek.
Near the mouth of Grapevine Creek, in Hatfield McCoy Country, NS 6786 rounds a sweeping curve with a loaded coal drag at Delorme.
A coal drag is already feeling the effects of the grade along the Pokey. The smoke boils out of the unit as it struggles to keep a good pace near downtown Wharncliffe.
SD60M emerges from the the newer Hatfield Tunnel and crosses the Tug Fork River near Matewan.
Norfolk Southern 6786 and Norfolk Southern 2638 head south across the Potomac River with a string of coal cars in the last light of the day.
An ex-Conrail SD60M wearing the paint of it's new owner leads this train