After being held in Fort Mill for 192, 191 makes its way to Rock Hill yard with the conductor getting ready to come out and uncouple the locomotives from the train to make six pick ups.
After making the trip from Macon, GA, to Linwood yard in NC on 118 the night before, the 8100 and 1066 heritage duo heads back to Macon on 191 under a soft warm light right before sunset.
The thunder of Class J 611 breaks the silence of a graveyard in Salisbury as a warm sunlight covers the gravestones.
After 135 ran around them, P87 starts to notch up to prepare to take on the Old Fort loops with ex SOU high hood 5112 up front along with 1069, the Virginian heritage.
NS P87 is seen making its way through the Old Fort loops while passing the Andrews Geyser.
The NS 5112, ex Southern high hood, takes charge of P87 with NS heritage unit 1069 in trail on the West bound run back to Ashville as they navigate the famous Old Fort loops.
The NS 8103 leads loaded coal train 76A over Tinker creek.
The first C40-8 delivered to NS sits at the scrapper waiting for the torch as the EMDX T4 units sit with the stored power in Roanoke yard.
A Southern Railway whistle sign stands at a tilt waiting for another train that will never come to blow by it on the SB line.
Dusk falls over Chester, SC, with the L&C power sitting in the yard.
L&C GP38AC sits quietly in the yard as the sun sets on a warm March evening.
NS P99 pulls in to the Charlotte intermodal facility nestled between the runways of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport with NS 8025 leading.
The NS 8025 starts making its way to the second cut of Charlotte intermodal.
Dusk sets of Salisbury, NC, as "The Brick" sits tied down on the south leg of the Salisbury wye with a high hood GP38-2 leading.
Finally, a cold night in Winter again! The stars shine bright over ex AGS 5150 high hood, built in 1974, sits with a nice all EMD consist including a GP60 directly behind the high hood.