Norfolk Southern local P89 leaves the Asheville Yard as it prepares to cross the French Broad River to work industries further into Western NC.
Multiple locomotives rest at Asheville's fuel pad waiting for upcoming assignments:
Of note, NS 8114 and two UP's (off 76M), Another set of power (NS/UP) for 51E, as well as a lashup of NS/UP... (more)
With its three day run from Conway Yard complete, 740 slowly enters Asheville yard before it's next crew change will take the loads to Plant Marshall near Hickory, NC.
The original N&S heritage unit looks brilliant under the flashes on a cool, late summer evening in Asheville, NC as it arrives with train 744 in tow.
A lot has changed here in Asheville yard. In the last few days, Blue Ridge Southern has changed all of their train symbols, what used to be T31 is now BLU 01. In the last few months, the historic ... (more)
NS #9614 brings eastbound Limestone loads for the Plant Marshall Steam plant located on Lake Norman. Train is passing the former site of the original Asheville Depot.
Southern Railway 1452 stands ready at the Asheville Roundhouse.
The 750 passes westbound through Asheville Yard, starting the return trip back to Knoxville
Beyond a FRED sitting on the rack, a loaded ballast train is tied down here in the Asheville Yard awaiting a crew to run the short but heavy consist down the demanding Old Fort Loops. Photo taken ... (more)
An NRHS excursion train occupies the NS yard in Asheville.