Where has the month gone? NS 213 rounds the bend at Summit Ave with the ever changing Queen City skyline in the background.
The last of some glorious afternoon light settles on the Seneca River Trestle over Lake Hartwell in Clemson, SC, as southbound intermodal 213 rolls across with a trio of colorful motors in the lea... (more)
NS 213 comes by Haydock with a burnt out headlight and a SD60E. These southern signals at Haydock are more endangered then ever as we see that the road bed for the double tracking project is compl... (more)
NS 213 with NS 7315 leading has a rolling meet with 204 under the old Southern Railway-era cantilever in Concord. The 7315 is just one of six active former-UP SD90MACs on the NS roster. The remain... (more)
NS 213 thunders through downtown Kings Mountain with NS 7315 leading. NS 7315 is just one of six active Former-UP SD90MACs remaining on the roster. The remaining units out of the 100 unit group ha... (more)
NS 213 rolls south through Landis, NC with a rainbow lashup consisting of a BNSF ET44C4, a KCS ES44AC, and a UP SD70M.
A colorful mix of western power charges southbound on the Piedmont Division with hot intermodal train 213. It is crossing the Pacolet River just north of Spartanburg, SC.
NS 1072 leads Hotlanta-bound 213 under the old Southern cantilever signals at the Concord intermediates. These signals are due to meet their demise some time in 2017. The replacements are out of f... (more)
December 16, 2016; NS 1072 brightens up an otherwise dreary (and cold) day as they struggle up the grade out of CP South Fork with Hotlanta-bound 213. These intermediates are one of the few sets o... (more)
The NS 1072 glows brightly as they glide over the Catawba River on a cold December afternoon.
NS 213 comes by Belmont on the first day of December with a D8-40CW.
Just after getting a signal following a brief stop at CP Haydock, NS 213 proceeds through the old equilateral turnout. Once the double tracking project is complete, CP Haydock will be replaced by ... (more)
NS 213 navigates the, as I like to call it, concrete canyon in downtown Gastonia, NC.
Wasting no time, NS 213 flues through the Queen City with a UP Tier 4 leader.