Westbound 233 rolls through Williamson, passing the West End of the Flood Wall, with the 911 First Responders engine leading.
A late 233 with a rare Tophat leader passes between the rear of Q40 and the line of ammonium nitrate cars for the Nelson Brothers facility on the left.
233 crosses under the US 52/119 bridge at Nolan, kicking up some snow from the day before on its way West.
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The Conrail heritage unit leads 233 West as they briefly pause awaiting 740 to enter the yard and clear the crossovers at Gate.
The westbound NS 233 passes by the Elmwood signals on the NS Columbus district in the late evening light. The signals are now approach lit.
233 Exits Tunnel 3, Westbound on the single track at Stepptown, with GECX 2039, one of the Tier 4 Demonstrator units leading.
On a dreary November morning, the NS 233 glides past the signals at Vulcan passing a long string of empty coal hoppers along the way.
The NS 233 splits the Elmwood signals lit by the last bit of sunlight of the evening, on it way to the Rickenbacker intermodal terminal on the NS Columbus District.
With NS 1168 leading, and NS 9003, and 9004 trailing, a very long NS 233 heads into Lucasville on the Columbus District.
A somewhat late 233 passes through Matewan as the sun has finally came out on an otherwise dreary day.
NS 233 is approaching Porter Junction at milepost 482 on the Chicago Line.