128 leaving Linwood with a huge lashup that consists of: NS 3218, NS 5038, CEFX 2810(UP paint), NS 8457(LMS paint),NS 1652, NS 5411(CR paint), NS 5409(CR paint), NS 1373, and NS 949
NS 158 departs Linwood after engine trouble, they stuck this engine on the lead when the first lead unit had electrical problems.
NS 158 with a set of Conrail EMD SD50s.
Lexington Switcher screams by the inbound Lee signal going to go back in at Duke.
NS 128 smokes it up leaving New Spencer Yard.
158 with 2 elderly EMD's leaves Linwood enroute to Lynchburg
The class unit of the GEVO's leads a C40-9W, a SD9M, and 2 C40-8W's to Roanoke. It was cool to see the little SD9 sandwiched between 4 big GE's
158 with a SD70M leading a tophat and a SD70M-2
The Lexington Switcher departs Linwood for a days work with a pair of leased GP38-2's
Miracles happen, this is the first ever regular manifest with its lead engine going LHF on the north end on Linwood that i have ever seen.
NS 158 with an old Conrail with its marker lights still in place,
NS 18M slowing down at Linwood which a pretty good lashup.
Lexington Switcher heads into Linwood during the olast sunlight of the day.
NS M8M a second section of 18M heads into Linwood with a scraped together lashup.