After being fueled NS 54G gets ready to proceed south. The 1805 was former NS SD70 2533.
Kansas City to Atlanta intermodal 223 waits for a crew at Tateville.
Loaded vehicle train NS 275 (Shelbyvile,KY-Atlanta,GA) glides south through Sunbright, TN (MP-231.4) on the CNO&TP 2nd District. It wasn't until the late 50s, and early 60s that the original 5... (more)
The locks are closed in the background at the TVA's Chickamauga Dam, with the Tennessee River just lower enough to do some labor day cat fishing. NS 282 (Jacksonville,FL-Chicago,IL) with a pa... (more)
It was a busy on the wee hours of Monday morning on the south-end of the CNO&TP 2nd District, as NS 178 (Birmingham,AL-Bellevue,OH) has just stop pass the draw bridge on the main 2 track at Tenbri... (more)
A meet between North and Southbound trains at Burnside on The Lake Cumberland bridge.
A short NS local freight hustles down The Rathole as it approaches the town of Somerset, Ky.
As a northbound manifest freight descends Erlanger Hill on Main 1 of the famed former Southern Railway / CNO&TP 1st District, NS train T65 fights its way uphill on Main 2 at Crescent Springs, pass... (more)
NS SD60E 6960 leads a string of empty autoracks north on the southern end of the CNO&TP.
NS 955, the CNO&TP Board of Directors Special, completes its journey down the CNO&TP as it crosses TennBridge into Chattanooga behind the F units and 4 cars
NS 955, the CNO&TP Board of Directors Special, passes by the depot at Spring City as it makes quick work of the South End of the CNO&TP
NS 955, the CNO&TP Board of Directors Special, winds into the curve just south of the CP at Norwood as it heads for a crew change at Burnside and eventually to its destination of Chattanooga
The entire length of 61A is seen as it begins to pick up speed after stopping at Erlanger for 132 to come off the single.
The Original NS Heritage leads a very short Steel Coil Train NS 61A south through Williamstown.
A meet between NS 117 and NS 288 at Erlanger on a warm sunny spring afternoon. 288 has the Central of Georgia Heritage on point.