18M Crosses the ex Wabash main from Detroit to Kansas City. CP 358 feature some of the last remaining G type signals on the Chicago Line.
An old paint dash-9 leads eastbound manifest 18M through Elliston, Va.
Cruising down the former Virginian Railway mainline through Lafayette, Virginia, train number 18M is nearing Roanoke with the Norfolk and Western heritage unit leading the way. 18M is a daily mixe... (more)
Norfolk Southern train 18M works East at the West end of Prichard, WV as the sun sinks low in the evening sky. Today's 18M with a mixed bag of power included this KCS Belle, a Canadian Pacific AC... (more)
A tired crew peeks out the window of the Norfolk Southern "GoRail" unit, painted last year in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of GoRail, a not-for-profit organization that educates... (more)
NS 18M makes its approach on the intermediate signals just outside of Waverly, Ohio with a very colorful lash-up.
Norfolk Southern 18M led by ex-Conrail C40-8W peaks the grade at Valley Grain in Kingston in the fading autumn light.
As Norfolk and Western "A" class #1218 simmers behind the O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke, VA, NS SD70M-2 #2765 rolls by with train #18M, a daily freight operating between Elkhart, Indiana, and ... (more)
18M has just arrived into Bluefield,Wv and is in the process of dropping off it's now former lead units they will become the power for a coal train just out of the photo.
18M heads south, railroad east, along the rolling farmland of Northern Ohio.
18M heads into the Sunrise at Bryan
A former N&W SD40-2 has the point on eastbound NS train 18M at photogenic Falls Mill, Va.
18M is in your face as they throttle up after a 2 hour delay in Iaeger while the NS signal department ran a signal test on the division.
18M screams out of the tunnel at Kimball and across Elkhorn Creek. Pushers on the rear will keep her stepping up the grade but they will not set any speed records with 133 cars in tow.
Waiting on a Westbound