There was no Thanksgiving holiday for the railroad as the
Lackawanna heritage unit leads 167 east out of Louisville.
NS 167 passing trough the Farmland of Southern Illinois.
A pair of KCS Belle's lead NS 167 east by the New Albany
NS 167 fights the grade out of the valley as it splits the signals at the West end of Waddy. Sadly, these signals only have 2 weeks left of service before they are replaced with the new Safe-Tran ... (more)
A standard cab Dash 9 leads 167 east by Birdseye.
Shortly after sunrise, NS 7203 leads train 167 over one of the bridges still lettered for the K&IT RR, having just departed Youngtown Yard.
With high/wide loads occupying the first three cars, 167 gets rolling south again, after meeting 115, and NS' new monster manifest 101 at Tunnel 25.
Power from three different roads leads 167 south thru Oakdale. This is a vantage point I never tire of shooting from...
167 southbound, approaching the signal at CP Cross in the early morning light.
NS 167 takes on fuel at Faulkner Road with a CP leader.
NS 167 knocks down the southbound signal at Robbins. A pair of elephant style second generation SD70s are doing the honors.
NS 167 sails through the CP at Harriman Junction, heading south.
Heading for Chattanooga a newly rebuilt SD60E leads 167 just south of Spring City.
On a beautiful, but chilly early spring day, the crew of NS 9887 bring 167 sailing downgrade exiting Tunnel 24 at Nemo.
The class NS ACe has lead 167 over the Ohio River arriving at the NS Youngtown Yard before continuing its trip east then south at Danville.