NS 9038 leads NA11 around the curve in Franklin Park, approaching CP rails.
Eight engines grace the lashup of this train. The train is going west and downhill. Not all engines were online. I assume this is a power move.
A lone GE is on the point of 159 as it stomps through the sleepy town of Gretna at sunrise.
Who says the Pokey has been shut down due to the Heartland Corridor project? Looking like a tight squeeze, NS 766 at a ten miles per hour slow order passes workers drilling the roof of the tunnel ... (more)
This BNSF sandwich leads 132 cars over the Opelika interlock on a beautiful March afternoon with the Opelika Courthouse in the background.
NS 25N rests in the curve next to the yard office waiting for the crew to arrive.
Brief stop for a crew change in downtown Williamson.
After a brief stop to change crews, NS 9038 snakes its way around the Williamson Yard on its way east to Bluefield.
With leaves flying beneath the wheels, the right-of-way says autumn.
Under threatening skies (that may bring relief to the drought conditions) 22A gets underway westbound.