Two of the newest NS rebuilds lead westbound 375 into Louisville. SD70ACC 1820 was formerly SD70 2514 while the AC44C6M was Dash 9 8986.
Westbound NS 375 has arrived in Georgetown after getting a push up Duncan Hill. SD60E 7019 was originally built in 1986 as the CN&W's class SD60 8001.
A westbound manifest with a classic leader passes through a rapidly changing scene in London. Replacements are up for almost all of the classic signals along this line.
After having engine troubles and getting a new leader, 375 knocks down one of the few remaining untouched tri-lights on the Dayton District.
Westbound NS 375 pokes itself out on the K&I bridge as
it works the yard.
What a few months makes November 2016 this locomotive was in Active service, today the locomotive is at Juniata shops being rebuilt as NS 4059 AC44C6M.
NS 375 proceeds south through Crittenden, KY on a beautiful winter afternoon.
NS 375 proceeds south through Florence, KY on a beautiful winter afternoon.
NS 375 rolls along the New Albany Flood Wall.
A solo SD60E leads NS 375 west as it arrives at Huntingburg.
I'm not a fan of the Dash 9, there are two exceptions the standard cab and the original NS OLS scheme. Today's 375 climbs the 1.7 % Erlanger Hill grade with a Standard cab Dash 9 leading. Get them... (more)
A BNSF leader leads NS 375 west for St. Louis by New Albany.
Doing its best impression of an ALCO NS 8888 leads 375 west across southern Illinois.
NS 375 crosses over from track 1 to track 2 as it prepares to turn west towards Louisville, KY.
375 coasts into Moon as the conductor copies a new Track Authority that'll get the train as far as Mt. Vernon.