A lone SD40-2 heads just north of Barber Jct. past a farm with a few boxcars for the Triangle Warehouse in Clemmons, NC.
The planets were literally in perfect alignment this past Saturday and a lot of luck came together as 135 crosses the Third Creek trestle in Cleveland NC. At the same time the nearly full worm moo... (more)
N&W J Nº611 is in charge of the Blue Ridge Special at Cleveland, North Carolina on April 10, 2016.
This is the only signal on the north end of the L line that stands guard between Mocksville and Barber Junction.
NS P62 with a couple EMD's for power run light back to Barber Junction on the L line.
NS P61 crosses the Third Creek trestle bridge in Cleveland, NC overlooking empty corn fields as it makes its way towards Statesville, NC.
NS local P29 has just completed their day in Statesville and is making the run back to Barber Junction. Crossing over Third Creek "lake", floodwaters left behind by Hurricane Michael on ... (more)
A fresh CP AC4400CWM leads 123 across Third Creek just outside of Statesville.
NS 1067 has seen its better days. None the less it's still earning its keep 5 years later on a Linwood bound slop freight from Cincinnati.
NS 135 trots over the Third Creek Trestle just west of the Daimler truck plant in Cleveland, NC. With Christmas just around the corner, the big red 90 makes for a nice touch on a gloomy day.
An ex-Norfolk & Western SD40-2 and a former Conrail GP40-2 pull heavy westbound Linwood to Oyama local freight P61 at Shaver's Crossing near Cleveland on Norfolk Southern's Salisbury to Asheville ... (more)
After being overtaken by 135, P61 proceeds out of the siding at Barber and heads toward Statesville for more work.
After overtaking P61 at the west end of Barber Junction, NS 135 rounds the curve at Mimosa Street.
It was bitter cold early April morning in central North Carolina as NS 958 "The Blue Ridge Special" being led by Norfolk & Western J-Class 611 slowly pound its way east through the rual ... (more)
One of the Asheville District locals rolls west in the afternoon over Third Creek on a small trestle preparing to meet its eastbound counterpart P60,