As the sun ducks behind the clouds, 212 scurries north past the old blue horse farm just south of Thomasville as the double tracking project continues.
Running late, and the heavy amounts of snow hampering his progress, 214 arrives at Pomona as the headlights pierce through the snow on this cold February night.
On a cold January night, not long after winter storm Jonas, a late 212 starts to pull Pomona, as the smoke creates a ghost form above the lead unit.
With the clouds building in the distance, and the sun bouncing back and forth between them, 212 passes the old farmers field with a few ancient pull tractors, and plows.
Having just ran around their train on a clear, cold January night, the Utility Man brings the conductor to the head end of the train, being lead by a very dirty CP Beaver.
As the sun sets, darker clouds roll in from the west in front of a line of storms, as a fairly new ACe leads the top priority train, 212 north towards New Jersey, with loads of UPS on the front.
Running long hood forward, and dragging up the grade from Priddy, 194 heads south into the evening sun at Brown Summit.
Just after sunset on a warm November evening, 212 is waiting for signal indication at Elm to proceed north with loads of UPS heading towards New York and New Jersey.
As a few railfans get their shots of Amtrak 75, the 4 car passenger train flies south towards Charlotte, later coming back as Amtrak 76.
As the sun creeps below the tree line, 212 hurries across the Yadkin River minutes before the sun went down below the horizon.
After working Pomona for about an hour, 212 is ready to head north towards New Jersey after waiting for Amtrak 79 to clear Elm.
On a rainy, cold morning in Greensboro, 213 brightens up the day with a trio of UP locomotives coming though the S Curve at Revolution.
Slowly but surely, the sun starts to rise, with 211 ready to head south to Atlanta with a consist an eastern railfan could only dream of, a CREX ES44AC leading a BNSF D9-44CW and two UP C45ACCTE's... (more)
On a crisp fall afternoon, the colors show that fall is here, as a late 211 heads south through Jamestown towards Atlanta with UPS in tow.
With UPS in tow, and three UP's leading, 212 pulls away quickly from Pomona on it's way to New Jersey as the sun falls below the horizon.