Things in this photo that no longer exist: Roadrailers, (original) Conrail Paint, NS C40-8s, jointed rail on the Griffin District. The milepost and station sign are all that is unchanged today.
An Ex-Conrail standard cab Dash 8 leads NS 21Z at MP 184 on the Chicago Line
The Engineer of the IMNYCR shields his eyes as he looks into the sun on a chilly November morning.
Eastbound through Waddy. Note the black number boards.
Eastbound through Clark Station with a sharp looking ex-Conrail leader. This unit is somewhat unusual with its black number boards.
Westbound with stack train in late afternoon light. Notice the interesting number boards on top of engine.
NS 8310 , one of the very few NS locomotives with black numberboards.
A scene straight out of an Irish Tourism Brochure... except for the Conrail C40-8 with 54 Roadrailers in tow. That cow was *almost* as excited as I was.
My own little piece of Heaven... a standard cab Conrail C40-8 leading a Roadrailer South at 25 mph over the jointed rail of the NS Griffin District. The Hampton United Methodist Church is in the ... (more)
An NS Roadrailer bursts into the sun as it rounds the curve at Lake City. The Roadrailer looks out of place on the 122 lb. jointed rail via it's new routing on the Griffin District.
New roadrailer 249 working their way towards Cincinnati. This train was started about a month ago.
Westbound autorack glides downhill knocking down the 263 signal on the approach to SO.
NS 69Q heads towards the setting sweet sun at Penn!