A pair of SD80MACs NS 7214 and NS 7212 head east during a snowstorm passing a westbound train near the PT 254 milepost.
NS 208 for the port in Savannah eases through the yard limits at Millen, Ga. while workers prepare a couple of covered hoppers for unloading.
NS 208 has just passed through Oliver Georgia as they pass the approach signal for the spring switch for the siding at Ardmore. The Savannah District on which the train is traveling on is non-sign... (more)
The meeting of two different eras on a beautiful spring morning as two brand new SD80MACs on a 'SE-BO' meets the older guard with 'NE-SE' on the Boston Line. A grab shot at the time.
Having traveled south over the former Monon CSX Q565 has arrived in New Albany with a unique leader.
A late morning "SE-FR" with head end loaded autoracks in front of the mixed freight, curves east with two shiney MACs on a crisp March day after a dusting snowfall from last night. Few... (more)
A former-demonstrator SD80MAC leads CP 280 east at Northbrook, IL.
A pair of SD80MACs bring a set of empties for the RJ Corman to take North. Also present is a Jordan spreader from the Conrail era.
While driving to go get lunch, I heard the sweet sound of a Leslie in the distance. Without knowing the power, I turned around to go grab the train, hoping for an SD60I at best. To my surprise, NS... (more)
A 80MAC leads 213 by Grover and the sign at Grover.
Conrail SECS-9 rolls through CP 5 just before sunset behind a pair of SD80MACs.
35A exits Allegheny Tunnel with an ex-Conrail SD80MAC on point, passing by the PRR caboose on display.
Norfolk Southern Train 23D heads west as they exit the Tunnel at Cook Springs, AL. With NS SD80MAC #7217 on the point
Conrail Heritage. This SD80MAC, which formerly was CSXT 4590, CSXT 800, and CR 4100, heads south down the Southern/NS Main Line through the neat little town of Central, SC (only a few mile... (more)