This is the only signal on the north end of the L line that stands guard between Mocksville and Barber Junction.
NS 9675 rolls through Salisbury southbound with a long train full of military equipment.
The Southern Heritage unit leads Norfolk Southern's office car special through Salisbury for the first time without the F-units to Atlanta, Ga.
Built by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors in April 1971, 3170 was the first of 159 SD40 and SD40-2 units eventually rostered by the Southern, and she served for nearly forty years bef... (more)
The Reading Lines leads a long and heavy coal train through Price on its way to the Belews Creek Steam Station.
Lady liberty leads the way through Salisbury on Independence Day.
A hot shot intermodal train heads through Salisbury to Charlotte with the Interstate heritage unit leading the way.
NS 911 poses for a night shoot with one of the fire trucks for the 5th annual fire truck show.
Seeing this locomotive painted up to honor our troops past and present for all the sacrifices they have made to make this country great is what makes you proud to be an american.
CSX and NS come together for the first time with specially painted locomotives to honor our true heroes of our first responders as they make their way around the museum track.
CSX and NS 911 pose by the old Barber Junction Station on a beautiful night on the first day of summer at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
A honorable consist of CSX 911, 1776, and NS 911 run around the museum beside Main Street in downtown Spencer.
CSX 911 ducks under the Southern Signal Bridge at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.