NS 15T comes southbound over the high trestle at Compton, VA. The train will hold the main and pass 18T at Vaughn-Summit.
NS 18T makes a mid-morning appearance over the bridge made famous by O.Winston Link on a sunny February day. Court Street homes can be seen in the distance including "The Aventine" (far ... (more)
NS 18T glides over the high trestle at Dovel Hollow shortly after beginning it's northbound journey.
An NS loaded coal train crosses one of the final trestles before entering Shenandoah Yard on a warm August day in the Shenandoah Valley.
The winter months have me longing for the hot sunny days of August. NS CW train V92 approaches the signal at Elkton to go out on the main and begin its trip north to Shenandoah, VA.
The winter months have me longing for the hot sunny days of August. NS train 201 comes south through the small town of Elkton will a brand new leader on the point.
NS train 15T approaches Overall on its journey south past the MP 73 on a Georgia like Saturday afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #10098
NS train 18T makes its northbound move over the Hawksbill Creek in Luray.
NS train 18T makes its northbound move over the high trestle at Compton with plenty of power upfront. You could still smell the fresh paint on NS 1850 in the fourth position.
The bounce back from the previous day returns as NS 4062 leads and NS 4000 trails on a warm Sunday afternoon in Shenandoah Valley. https://railpictures.net/photo/722280
NS train 15T approaches the N&W CPL at Summit on a Georgia-like afternoon in Shenandoah Valley. #10098
NS train 15T departed Vardo (Hagerstown, MD) but didn't come south of Riverton Junction until late afternoon after waiting for trains 202 and 18T to go north. #10098
Train 201 comes south with NS 4000 in the lead over Hawksbill Creek while the first significant snowfall in the Shendandoah Valley begins to melt.
Train 201 comes south with NS 4000 in the lead over the Dovel Hollow as the first significant snowfall of the year melts.
NS 18T comes north with the Wabash heritage unit in the lead. The historic Aventine residence in seen in far left hand corner.