287 passes Tifft Yard with a standard cab C40-9 leading the way.
With only a handful left, the D9-40C's are almost all gone, this one leads a Macon bound freight northbound along the GS&F.
One of the most beautiful place to enjoy railfaning in my books has to be Bluefield as the yard sits just below the mountains this makes a good back drop for trains heading east out of Bluefield.
These NS pigs are always pretty short between Meridian and New Orleans, so getting up to track speed is no steep task at all. Here, he was doing all of 60mph coming into Purvis.
CP 472 arrives in Davis Junction with NS Dash 9-40C #8813 leading the way. It will soon perform its work and meet CP 2225, at this time sitting in the siding with a rail train that will head west ... (more)
After waiting for hours for NS 197 to switch out and head West down the main, this Westbound loaded autorack train was ready to highball. NS 8813 is scene here as the train crests the grade into F... (more)
Arriving off the Shenandoah Valley line.
C40-9 leads NS general freight 39G eastbound by the signal at Royersford on the Harrisburg Line.
NS 236 sits and waits patiently for train 112 to finish work at the yard and run the 14 miles to Piney Flats where they will meet and take their turn at going to Bristol for a crew change.
Always parked somewhere out of the way, often used as a way to gain elevation for shots, I felt it right to include my F350 in a shot for all the hard work it has done and everything it has been p... (more)
After a long wait for, and roll by inspection of train 112, NS 236 gets back under way on its trip to the port at Norfolk.
After a long wait in Piney Flats for 112, NS 236 starts the stout grade by the 8.8 milepost on the A line.
A standard cab D9-40C idles prepares to depart Vardo Yard. Another manifest is next to it and a northbound intermodal is seen in the distance.