NS 4097 leads a massive northbound 16T.
A short on time NS 16T enters Shenandoah yard after it broke a hose just south of Elkton, Virginia.
It's summertime in Virginia as an evening thunderstorm is getting to pass the Blue Ridge mountains. NS 16T comes north with four motors.
Passing a small pond.
NS 16T clears the crossing at Mt. Carmel Road with the Pennsy heritage unit in tow.
NS 16T travels across the high bridge after 8 inches fell the previous day.
NS 16T approaches the final detector before it's crew change in Shenandoah.
NS 16T continues north after meeting 201. The farm fields in the foreground contain small lakes after the wettest year on record in Virginia.
NS 16T approaches the signals at Lynnwood.
NS16T continues north in the first significant snowfall of the season for the Shenandoah Valley.
NS16T begins the journey north just as old man winter starts to put down some snow!
The Central of Georgia leads 16T to Knoxville and eventually Allentown, PA.
The Central of Georgia gets a clear signal to take 16T on to Knoxville and eventually Allentown, PA.
NS 16T with a Canadian visitor on the lead dusts off the trestle at Compton.
Spring or Winter? The day after 8-10 inches fell in the Shenandoah Valley, NS 16T comes north with leased power PRLX 9561 and 9560.