Historic R Line. Norfolk Southern continues to operate the Southern's R line, which was built in 1852 by the Charlotte & S.C. Railroad. As NS's main line to Charlotte from Columbia and Char... (more)
Norfolk Southern decided to stick a KCS Belle on the head end of a grain train bound for Monetta, SC while in Linwood Yard. It made an early morning run down the R-Line and came into Columbia aro... (more)
In an increasingly rare sight, one of the few remaining standard cab Dash 9 Tophats pulls a grain train through Lexington, SC on the way to Savannah, GA.
After several hours of waiting for traffic to clear up, NS 52D finally gets a signal to proceed south out of the Old Spencer Yard and onto the main line.
A trio of then-new ACe's lead a loaded grain train south over the iconic bridge at Burnside. After a quick crew change in the small south Kentucky town, the train will be off for Chattanooga and e... (more)
As the sky caved in during the afternoon, so did the timeline for NS train 24E with TFM SD70MACs leading. The train once again stands awaiting another crew to limp it into Inman Yard. Meanwhile Sa... (more)