A Columbus, Ohio to Jacksonville, Florida intermodal train passes under the Hill Avenue overpass as he approaches the signal that guards the NS/CSX diamond in downtown Valdosta, Georgia.
NS 229 with the Wabash Heritage getting through the truss bridge over the CSX LCL "Shortline"
229 is the hottest train on the CNO&TP. Everything else stops, when it's in the area. The intermodal is seen passing a stopped 179, heading into the single track.
Norfolk Southern's hotshot intermodal makes a very rare daylight appearance south of Atlanta with former and current engines from Union Pacific providing the power for the priority train.
With a CITI Rail leaser leading, NS 229 comes through St. George.
A late NS #229 is nearing Atlanta,GA as it passes a tied down Scherer coal train the morning after a late Autumn snowstorm that dropped over a foot of snow.
NS hotshot intermodal no. 229 has zero indication of stopping anytime soon as it rapidly gets up to track speed hauling bulk containers for the FEC.
Norfolk Southern Train 229 heads South across the Draw Bridge in Jacksonville, FL. On their way to Interchange with FEC at Bowden Yard. This Train is running on the start of FEC Tracks
NS 229 rolls across the draw bridge and onto the FEC Mainline as it brings a string of cars for FEC Bowden Yard in downtown Jacksonville
The first train of the morning was Columbus Ohio to Jacksonville Florida hotshot intermodal train no. 229, seen here starting to climb the grade towards Erlanger, Kentucky, on the CNO&TP 1st distr... (more)
NS 229 wastes absolutely no time getting South from Chattanooga, TN. In just under 3 hours and 40 minutes, here he comes barreling down hard past the 128.2H (Powder Springs) intermediate.
Virginian 1069 leads hotshot intermodal NS 229 through the south end of Lexington Yard
NS C40-9W #9015 leads a southbound intermodal train through Dry Ridge, KY. Of note is an old Southern Railway style whistle post indicating 2 long blasts of the horn, a short blast, and a long bla... (more)
The hottest intermodal train on the CNO&TP is passing by the farmlands of North Central Kentucky
NS 229 crosses the St. Johns River in downtown Jacksonville with a train bound for the FEC.