NS 7278 (ex-UP SD90/43MAC No. 8050) brings train 123 over the 161 year old McLin Creek Viaduct. Built in 1858 by the Western North Carolina Rail Road, it is amazing to think how well constructed t... (more)
Blue hour has finally set in on this dreary April day, as the Wabash heritage unit guides NS 123 across the Catawba River.
The newly painted NS 1801 SD70ACC unit leads the way through the small town of Catawba on its way to Asheville yard.
On a beautiful late winter day, NS 135 has a rainbow of colors up front as they cross the Catawba River.
P61 rumbles across the McLin Creek viaduct just west of Catawba NC as a thunder storm builds to the east.
In the light of blue hour on a gloomy spring evening, the Wabash heritage unit brings NS 123 over the Catawba River on the S-Line as it makes its way toward Linwood, NC.
After meeting a fallen tree on its 10 mile run from Plant Marshall to Catawba, 741 sits about a mile from the mainline as they wait for Q6M to pass by.
A recently repainted and brought out of stoarge Triclops leads 135 across the 102 year old Catawba River bridge.
A rerouted coal train from Belews Creek crosses the Catawba River not far from Claremont where he will run around his train and head down to Plant Marshall.
With over a mile of DODX Flats in tow, three UP SD70M's lead O56 over the full Catawba River on a humid evening.
NS train 750, loaded coal for Belmont, NC, passes under NC Highway 10 in the small town of Catawba, NC, on about as pristine a Sunday afternoon as one could ask for.
NS 1070 breaks the the stillness of a lazy, hazy morning in the small town of Catawba, NC. Easing around the curve and heading down toward the Catawba River.
NS 68V hauls lime loads down the Catawb Lead towards Plant Marshall under Long Island Rd Bridge.
The first signs of spring frame NW J 611 leading NS 8099 and NCTM 6133 across Catawba River Bridge carrying passengers west to Asheville from Spencer, NC.
After stopping to address radio issues on the head end, the Blue Ridge Special starts back underway as it crosses the Catawba River.