Norfolk Southern local A43 is seen here working an Industry in Pell City, AL, before continuing west to Norris Yard in Irondale, AL.
Norfolk Southern local A43, heads west through Lovick, AL, with a pair of SD40-2's for power
Road Slug unit NS #713 commands the local A43 with two other EMD sisters on a sunny day in Anniston. Two bad order cars have caused a significant delay in this trains schedule. Seen here nearing ... (more)
After the power being wyed for its westbound run NS A43
with its UP SD70M squeezes between two Bremen businesses.
With "The Chef" working as the conductor, Alabama Division local A43 rounds the superelevated curve at Waco with a high-nose GP38-2 in charge as the sun sets.
After meeting Amtrak's northbound Crescent a southbound
local charges out of the siding and under some classic Southern signals at Bremen.
A43 heads back to Anniston after working Bremen with an ex Conrail SD40-2 leading an ex UP SD40-2
A43 heads back to Anniston,AL after completing their work in Bremen behind a pair of SD40-2's.
A43 notches up under the classic Southern Railway signals
NS's A43 local speeds back to home at Anniston, AL after switching at Bremen, GA crossing the Tallapoosa River as many area railfans document the scene from a variety of angles.
A43 rests in the hole on one of the siding tracks at the small yard located in Bremen as a fast NS 226 intermodal with Uncle Pete radio units rushes past atop the East End mainline to Atlanta.
A pair of NS oddball locomotives, an Admiral Cab and a CAT powered PR43C lead today’s East End local as the train crosses the Tallapoosa River on the way back to Anniston.
A classic consist goes about its work sorting cars in the Wilton yard on a most gorgeous afternoon.
A43 with a high-hood SD40-2 takes a break from sorting cars and allows NS 385 seen on the left, to roll through Wilton.