NS 123 winds through the rolling farmlands of North Carolina's foothills with the Wabash heritage unit in charge.
Blue hour has finally set in on this dreary April day, as the Wabash heritage unit guides NS 123 across the Catawba River.
With the local traffic being all but outright eliminated on the S-Line, the remaining through freights 123 and 135 must now pause and work Oyama Yard. Late on this Valentine's evening, the 911 is ... (more)
123 is strung out all the way from Dendron to the upper loop of High Fill on this beautiful February morning along the Blue Ridge.
NS 8025 leads the way through Salisbury with 94 cars bound for Linwood yard.
NS 123 headed up by the "Bee Line" makes his way eastbound in the early morning sun through Claremont, NC.
A very rare sight in 2018, a standard cab SD60 smokes it up as it fights manifest 163 upgrade out of Oneida.
123 throttles up after holding the main at Camden for a meet with 216.
NS 123 roars south with a short train after a brief stop in Lockland, a old pair consisting of a SD60 and a ex Conrail C40-8W provide the power.
NS 123 leans into the S-curve at the south end of Lexington Yard as a beaten and battered Savannah & Atlanta heritage unit gets the long train out of the 10mph slow order.
FXE 4674 leads NS 123 through Hickory NC
On a warm spring afternoon NS 8114 leads NS 123 down the loops at Old Fort NC
One of NS Slowing Dying Breed of locomotive is on point of NS 123 as it sits in Lockland on the jointed section with NS/CSX traffic of the NS Dayton District.
123 passes through the signal bridge at the S144 as it arrives into Asheville.
The Wabash heritage unit makes a 25 MPH dash towards Linwood, North Carolina while leading manifest 123 on the S-Line.