The BNSF 669 Santa Fe Warbonnet leads the NS 159 south under the ex Southern searchlight signal bridge at the Sadler CP. These signals were removed in 2016.
Three Norfolk Southern locomotives, including the specially painted "Honoring First Responders" unit, lead southbound train 159 through downtown Greensboro, NC on a sunny June 24, 2019.
Southbound Norfolk Southern manifest freight train 159 rolls under the signals in downtown High Point, NC on a sunny July 8, 2018.
NS 159 heads South thru High Point, NC past Southern film at the 301 milepost.
Norfolk Southern southbound manifest freight train number 159 cruises through High Point, NC on January 2, 2018.
The NS 8131 leads the NS 159 under the old Southern bridge signals at Edna with the new replacements standing ready.
A visitor from the competition is seen leading NS 159 southbound by the old Dixie mill in Lexington, NC.
Heading south into the setting sun, the NS 3309 leads an all EMD lashup of the NS 159 through Danville and under one of the soon to be extinct Southern signal bridges.
After a day of events for the first annual Railfan Appreciation Day in Thomasville, this Linwood bound manifest is the first post even train to come.
An early SD70M leads Norfolk Southern train 159 south through the signals at milepost 301.2 in High Point, NC on October 2, 2014.
The BNSF 669 Santa Fe Warbonnet lead the NS 159 south past the soon to be extinct "Ex Southern" Sadler CP. The new signals are already in place on each side of the bridge.
Norfolk Southern train 159, led by the New York Central heritage unit, cruises under a set of old Southern Railway signals in High Point, NC on August 5, 2014.
NS train 159 from Crewe Va to Linwood NC is getting closer to the end of its journey with a a couple of midwestern visitors along for the ride. Canadian National FPA4 6789 and and Wabash F7A 1189 ... (more)
Ns 159 making his way to Linwood with two C40-9Ws today.
Norfolk Southern train 159 rolls through the signals at CP Cox on its way south towards Linwood in Greensboro, North Carolina on February 23, 2014.