NS 212 holds on main 1 with the Interstate heritage unit while southbound 213 zips by on main 2 at Cramerton, NC.
AC44C6M #4019 sits tied down at the head end of a coal train in South Fork, PA. Note the PRR era dwarf signal to the right. We also had permission from the crew to be that close (we knew the engi... (more)
This 44 ton switcher was built by General Electric in 1942 for the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. It was sold in 1954 to the Great Western Sugar Company and operated until the plant was cl... (more)
On July 4th, a Canadian engine painted red, white and blue leads NS 65D through South Fork after coasting down Kings Mountain
NS 178 rolls through South Fork with a brand new GE ET44AC leader. One of NS 3624's first revenue trains, and the very first on the CNO&TP.
After rolling down the mountain, NW 8103 leads NS 124 back on to double track at South Fork
NS 142 glides down the mountain and through the curve at South Fork with the Wabash heritage unit leading
Southern 630 leads the final Oneida Flyer trip as it passes under the now extinct Southern searchlights at CP South Fork on the CNO&TP.
NS 172 with Union Pacific "Southern Pacific" heritage unit 1996 entering Cramerton, NC.
Southern 8099 leads NS 57A under the Southern searchlights at CP South Fork. These searchlights are living on borrowed time as the last signal curfew just missed these signals. Within a month, the... (more)
A GE leads five other six-motor hi-ads through a 3.7 degree curve at milepost 135.4, just south of the control point at South Fork, KY. The six units will have their work cut out in lugging the 14... (more)
A former Conrail Dash 8-40CW is on the point of a westbound mixed freight passing through South Fork, PA.
NS 9921 rounds the bend on track 1, heading east with his load of stack containers.
111 crossing the Green River Trestle