In an interesting move, 63N shoves back in the siding at North Avondale in order to get out of the way of some higher priority traffic.
Yes, that is a GP60 on a road freight in 2016. #7120 is seen leading rock empties north from Valdosta on the Macon District, just a few miles south of Brosnan Yard.
Under a colorful sky, an all-foreign power consist high-tails it eastbound through Durham with a unit train of molten sulfur bound for Lee Creek, NC.
NS train 63N has part of it's train over the Burket Hill working eastbound at MP417 on the Chicago District with a IC SD70 leading the way. A nice way to start 2011.
Loaded sulfur train 63N traveres some of the hills on the Danville District has his CN SD70M-2/IC SD70/CN SD70M-2 trio screams through the Browns Summit community.
63N's power shoves nb past the signals @ Aycock and the UNC Greensboro water tower to couple back onto it's train for the eastbound trip to Raleigh and beyond. This is the 3rd molten sulfur train... (more)
On a very cold winter day, 2009 an empty eastbound gypsum train crosses the cantilever style lift bridge on Sandusky Bay. Note, the roller coasters of Cedar Point can be seen in the background.
An eastbound empty gypsum train crosses the all but frozen Sandusky Bay on a bright but extremely cold winter day.
An eastbound empty gon train snakes through CP BELL as a westbound 21Q heads toward Conway Yard. All of this is viewed from the massive McKees Rocks Bridge.
NS 63N, an empty sand train heads under the massive McKees Rocks Bridge and past Alcosan's sewage settling pools.
63N meets the 21Q at CP BELL as seen from the massive McKees Rocks Bridge.
9620 is the lone unit on this train of HPJX gons.
With the Pittsburgh skyline in the background, eastbound 63N rolls through CP Solomon with a limestone train for the powerplant at Huff.
63N hustles empty gypsum cars towards Conemaugh, PA with 2 EX-CON's leading.