All 20 heritage units, all coupled together, prepare for their journey to the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer. For more information, visit more)
The sun sets on day one of the NS "Blue Ribbon Special" at Linwood Yard after a day of running from Atlanta. Photo copyright Norfolk Southern Corporation.
NS 186 stopped north of Lee waiting on a place to get in the yard with a CP AC4400CW leading a CN C44-9W.
213 comes by Lee with an ex-CR C40-8W leading a catfish.
NS P84 rolls by Lee with two old horses and 110 buggies for Linwood Yard.
NS 158 departs Linwood in a cloud of exhaust as his set of GEs chug away, trying to get their train up to speed.
213 flies by Lee heading down to Duke for a crew change with a nice ex-CR GP38-2 leading an ex-CR SD60M and a catfish.
NS 158 rolls out of Linwood Yard with all three roads involved in the Conrail split represented.
128 outbound at Lee with his usual assortment of broken down engines for Schaffer's Crossing to repair in Roanoke.
NS 128 leaves Linwood for Roanoke with a mixed lashup including a former UP GP38-2.
A nice old school lashup leads 158 out of Linwood Yard. Three geeps powering a road train makes for a nice sight in 2009.
Overview of the hump yard at Southern Railway's Linwood Yard in August 1980.