ES44DC number 7655 leads Norfolk Southern manifest train 134 south through Thomasville, NC on the evening of August 18, 2020.
Having just cleared an intermediate signal on its way south, Norfolk Southern train 134 cruises through Thomasville, NC on January 2, 2018.
Norfolk Southern train #134 breaks the silence at it rolls past Fort Loudoun Lake at dusk on a pleasant autumn evening.
After having to stop and take on a relief crew less than two miles from their destination due to the first crew reaching their hours of service, 134 finally gets moving toward Linwood yard.
A short 134 rolls through the CPL interlocking at Wysor, headed towards Roanoke on a cool February afternoon.
NS 134 rolls to a stop under the historic Shober bridge, named after Col. Francis Shober, a member of the United States Congress in the 1860s. The bridge was added to the national register of hist... (more)
Just having crossed into North Carolina from Virginia, the 134 rounds the curve in Pelham.
NS 134 rumbles over the diamond at Barber Jct with the Wabash heritage unit leading a CP SD33C-ECO. This scene has changed a bit in the past few months. The replaces for the old Southern signals h... (more)
NS 134 eases through the east end of the Bristol Yard as it makes its maiden voyage on the Bristol Line, having been rerouted from the downgraded S-Line out of Asheville.
134 departs Old Fort behind a pair of Ferromex ES44AC's on a beautiful late Summer morning in North Carolina.
Having just descended the old Southern Loops, NS 134 eases in to the town of Old Fort, NC
The PL05 crew eases NS 134 toward Linwood yard after switching with the lawed-out Asheville crew.
NS 1070 breaks the the stillness of a lazy, hazy morning in the small town of Catawba, NC. Easing around the curve and heading down toward the Catawba River.
NS 134 passing through the Old Fort Loops at Coleman NC
NS 134 passes the foundation left by the old Southern Railway depot at Newton. Lead today by 2 ex-UP SD90MACs, an ES44DC, and an older Standard Cab SD70.