Old Graybottoms: Today's power for NS 22V has unusually gray trucks that are not typical sights on Norfolk Southern locomotives. Behind the leader is another C44-9W, NS 9927.
A loaded Buchanan Branch hill run glides down grade through the Virginia hollows toward the Pokey main.
Faith. It's all coal country has left...
The gloomy weather is fitting for the scene. A Buchanan Branch hill run takes loaded coal buckets toward the Pokey main passing three church - front cros... (more)
Westbound NS 11V passing the Ex NYC Depot in Olmsted Falls, Ohio
Westbound at mp 137.
Eastbound at mp 105 with NS 1073 Penn Central Heritage engine on train.
Ascending Elkhorn grade on its crew run from Williamson to Bluefield, the Ringling Brothers Blue Unit circus train passes through the deplorable mining community of Keystone, nestled deep in West ... (more)
With the Ringling Brothers Circus train already 6 hours late, they figured they would bring the Elephants out for a stretch. This provided a rather unique opportunity for photos as this may be the... (more)
Norfolk Southern southbound manifest freight train 35Q cruises through downtown High Point, NC on January 1, 2015.
Having just departed Linwood yard to begin its journey south, Norfolk Southern C40-9W number 9348 leads train 337 uphill at a location known as "Five Row" in Salisbury, North Carolina on January 3... (more)
Fall colors are at their peak as 24M rolls east on the Port Road by the car inspector at Minnick, who inspects all eastbound trains before they leave NS rails for Amtrak at CP-PERRY.
A well-powered stack train bursts out of the shadows and onto the huge trestle at Coopers as it heads west. Won't be too long before the trees overtake this signature spot on the Pokey.
NS 170 enters Bellevue Yard on a crisp, summer morning. In the trailing position is an SD50 still in "Dress Blue." These units are slowly being phased out into the SD40E rebuild program.
NS 218 passes by the NW CPL signals heading through Renick Yard at Southern Ave.
Foreign power rolling eastbound on the BNSF River Sub towards the Lindenwood Yard.
Early morning sun sets the hillsides ablaze with color as an EB coal train passes through Cresson on Track 1.