BLU T31 finishes their work up in Asheville Yard, about to head back towards Canton as P87 ties down beside them.
P87 passes through Parkers' Padget after picking up empty woodchip cars at Old Fort.
The Blue Ridge Southern's T31 job has arrived at the Norfolk Southern yard in Asheville, North Carolina. The crew has disconnected from their train and pulls the 4 EMD's through the yard in order ... (more)
The Blue Ridge Southern's T31 job as arrived at the Norfolk Southern yard in Asheville. The crew has disconnected from their train and runs down through the yard in order to run around the cars th... (more)
The Blue Ridge Southern's T31 is on the NS Asheville District as it makes the final approach to the NS yard to interchange cars. The train crosses the French Broad River on a former Southern Railw... (more)
NS P87 is about to crest Old Fort mountain at Ridgecrest as the last bit of fall color still hangs on the surrounding trees.
A loaded coal train makes it's way down the old Southern Railway River Line toward Asheville, passing through the rural community of Del Rio, Tennessee in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
One of the two specially painted new SD70ACC's finds a pocket of light on the head of 135 in Azalea, North Carolina, nearing Asheville.
NS 123 winds through the rolling farmlands of North Carolina's foothills with the Wabash heritage unit in charge.
Blue hour has finally set in on this dreary April day, as the Wabash heritage unit guides NS 123 across the Catawba River.
Loaded coal train No. 744 wraps around the sweeping curve at Glen Alpine, NC in the pouring rain with a duo of specially painted units in the lead.
Three specially painted units are visible as NS 744 navigates the Southern Loops in the mountains of North Carolina, hauling coal to plant Marshall in Sherills Ford, North Carolina.
Loaded Catawba man 744 winds its way east down the Old Fort Loops, seen here at Bruner's Cut near Graphite with the N&W Heritage and Blue Mane DC - AC motors working the head end, and the Jersey C... (more)
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.
The Wabash heritage unit makes a 25 MPH dash towards Linwood, North Carolina while leading manifest 123 on the S-Line.