The daily East Tennessee Railway local approaches the former ET&WNC (Tweetsie) mainline before reversing and heading to the Norfolk Southern interchange in Johnson City.
BLU T31 rumbles across the French Broad River in Asheville with a unit ballast train in tow.
NS 154 slows as it passes 173 at Timken as it enters into the Gaffney area.
154 makes its way across Thicketty Creek near Gaffney, SC, with the Conrail heritage unit leading the charge.
Norfolk Southern local P89 leaves the Asheville Yard as it prepares to cross the French Broad River to work industries further into Western NC.
Local P86 rounds the curve at East Spartanburg with track authority to the "W" MP 97, where they will set their cars out, and than return to Hayne Yard.
Norfolk Southern local, NS P42, picks up speed at Magnolia headed north, led by a brand new EMD leader.
An increasing rarity, former Southern Railway high hood GP38-2 #5173, sits in Norfolk Southern's Hayne Yard in Spartanburg, SC, awaiting assignment.
Wilmington Terminal Railway #1204 shoves a cut of cars past the Port of Wilmington headed towards the last industry at the end of their line.
NS P74 stops for the conductor to throw a switch as NS 119 rolls past them on the mainline.
NS 119 picks speed at Hayne Junction after working Hayne Yard.
Spare power for the Spartanburg area rests in the ex-Clinchfield yard.
The Lancaster and Chester's mother/calf slug set sits in the company's interchange yard with Norfolk Southern in Chester, SC.
Mixed freight 15T makes its way through the fading sunlight of Southwest Virginia as it makes its daily trek across the South.
Norfolk Southern local P86 sets cars out at the BASF plant in Whitestone, SC.