Easing through the loops as the engines cross Mill Creek and Mill Creek Road. The train has 100 cars and a pair of engines as DPU spliced in between cars 69 and 70 (not visible).
Running empties from the NS interchange at Rockwood to the Lhoist plant in Crab Orchard. FIM stands for Franklin Industrial Minerals, which was sold in 2006 to Ft Worth-based Chemical Lime Compan... (more)
Almost 7 years since the DL&W heritage unit rolled out of the paint shop in Muncie, IN. The paint is looking a little rough. Will NS give it a new coat of Lackawanna paint? Fingers crossed
PC06 rolls by Davis General Store on its way back to Charlotte. RP-E4C slug #741 trailing.
PC06 rolls between Main St (left) and North Church St on its way back to Charlotte. RP-E4C slug #741 trailing.
N&W 611 passes the classic Southern Railway signals at milepost 239.8 in Danville, VA on its way to the NC Transportation Museum in Spencer for its annual inspection.
N&W Class J #611 races the sunset as it closes in on Reidsville, NC.
Flanked by Southern GP30 #2601 and FP7 #6133.
Passing by some Southern Railway and North Carolina history on its was to the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer.
BLU-01 rolls by the Evergreen Packaging plant as it departs Canton, NC bound for Asheville. 4201 rolled out of the EMD plant in LaGrange, IL in September, 1966 as Southern Pacific SD45 #8836.
112 year old Southern #542 sits outside the roundhouse along side 64 year old Southern E8 #6900 for the NCTM's Rail Day Festival.