For the second time in a week, Norfolk Southern's "Wabash" heritage unit leads train P99 South to Charlotte. The train is accelerating from a stop at CP "Reid" after meeting no... (more)
NS 214 blasts through Salisbury, NC on a frigid but beautiful Sunday morning, nearing the crew change point at Linwood. With nearly half of the standard cab SD70s in storage, it was certainly a tr... (more)
NS 162 passes NS 135 coming to Fulton Street ready to make the turnout off the S line and head into the Linwood Yard
NS Grain Train sits in the Old Yard in Salisbury NC awaiting a crew to take the train south with CP 8514 doing the honors of leading the way.
With the signal replacement project in full swing, these iconic Southern Railway bridges are soon to be doomed. Here we see train P61 rolling under the Church Street signal bridge.
NS 162 has just crossed over the diamond at Barber Junction and is now heading toward Salisbury, but will have to wait for the traffic jam to clear up.
NS 750 heads toward Salisbury, seen here having just crossed over Barber Junction. Second out is a patched former Southern Pacific unit.
NS 750 waits for a crew to make the run to Plant Allen in Belmont.
After several hours of waiting for traffic to clear up, NS 52D finally gets a signal to proceed south out of the Old Spencer Yard and onto the main line.
With the heritage event finished, the power is split up and the Southern leads the way as the other follow behind, providing an assortment of color in the afternoon sun.
The Salisbury Job shoves north past the Spanish mission styled Salisbury passenger depot. The Southern cantilever signal is on borrowed time, as a replacement signal awaits installation.
Three EMDs lead a hefty NS P61 westbound through a colorful deciduous forest near milepost 8 on the Salisbury-Asheville mainline.