With the fall colors just starting to come in across Eastern North Carolina, CLNA 120 rolls north on the CLNA Wilson Sub behind a pair of CLNA's brightly colored GP9R's.
Resting and Waiting. GP9 4624 was the first unit painted in the CLNA's new scheme and was the sole unit wearing that scheme for a period of about two years. It sits with its consist near Bi... (more)
After working industries in Middlesex, the Carolina Coastal road train heads west to Zebulon along the former Norfolk Southern Railway mainline where they'll run around their train for the return ... (more)
Carolina Coastal's #119 Plymouth turn slowly crosses the Pamlico River in picturesque Washington North Carolina. This scene plays out M-F after the interchange with the 120 job from Wilson occurs... (more)
CLNA train #120 arrives in Chocowinity after making the morning run from Wilson with nearly 100 cars. A quartet of former Grand Trunk GP9R's are in charge of the run this morning.
New Years Eve 2012. My family and I are vacationing in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and I have graciously been granted a day out. Happily (for me, not necessarily the crew) the Carolina Co... (more)
CLNA train #120 (Wilson-Chocowinity) passes through the small hamlet of Simpson, NC.
There's not too much going on in Bunyan NC other than screen doors flapping in the breeze and the soft burbling of a 567 as the CLNA rolls by northbound with 11 cars shortly after departing Washin... (more)
The CLNA Plymouth to Chocowinity turn passes through a backyard on its trip back north. The 4624 is one of 5 such ex-GTW units on the CLNA. The first, #4621, was acquired in 2010 and the line was ... (more)