NS F7A 4271 leads the other F units and the OCS train through Huger, WV on it's way from Portsmouth to Bluefield on this beautiful fall day in October.
NS F7A 4271 leads the OCS into Bluefield, VA off of the Clinch Valley District on a dreary October day.
Locked and loaded and ready to rock and roll, this crew gets their instructions for their journey to Bluefield.
NS executive F's and train cross Cotton Mill trestle in Lynchburg en route to Norfolk. Click this link to see Cotton Mill trestle when the cotton mill still existed.
NS OCS makes an appearance in Williamson amid a little fall color.
NS OCS exits Mingo Tunnel on a beautiful Sunday Morning.
The NS OCS shoves east across the Drawbridge and into the Amtrak station to load the execs and the entertainment. At 12:30, the train will depart westbound for Toledo.
Southern Style Cant ask for a more Southern railway image than this in 2010! The NS OCS 951 passes under the signals at 32nd St. in Birmingham.
Arriving from Shereveport, an NS OCS waits for a UP eastbound to clear before proceeding westward to the Dallas ITF.
NS 951 sails through one of a set of reverse curves at Lovick, AL on its last lap into Norris yard. After a break for lunch the train will head up the NA District towards Sheffield.
NS OCS Train 951 made there First run up the Ala Division - West End NA District from Birmingham, AL to Sheffield, AL.
A set of matched F units and the long Coosa River bridge make for a beautiful scene as NS 951 crosses the Coosa River drawbridge at Riverside, AL.
Clean as a whistle and shining in the brilliant morning sunlight, NS 951 rolls around the curve at CP Taylor on the NS Alabama East end district. What a sight to see a matched ABBA set of F's on t... (more)