NS 747 with the Original NS Heritage unit leading makes its northbound move.
NS 202 approaches the small town of Bentonville with a pair of SD70M's in the second and third position. These engines have become a rare sight lately. The N&W signal at Acorn Hill is seen in the ... (more)
NS 202 glides over the high trestle at Compton, VA with a pair of SD70M's in the second and third position. These engines have become a rare sight lately.
NS 202 appears in the early morning sun as it makes a northbound move past the restored train station in Luray, VA.
NS 202 glides through the S curve at Acorn Hill and makes it's way past the N&W signal at Acorn Hill.
NS V84 makes its way to Shenandoah with a 3 motors and a short string of cars.
NS 202 clears the S curve at Acorn Hill and comes past the N & W signal mask on warm morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS 201 enters Shenandoah Yard on a warm Saturday morning.
NS 201 begins in southbound move early Sunday morning with the leader number previously held by the NS OCS F unit.
NS 202 makes its northbound move over the high trestle at Compton.
NS 4097 leads a massive northbound 16T.
A larger than normal, NS train 202 passes the historic landmarks located in Luray, VA.
NS train 202 clears the high trestle at Compton.
NS train 202 approaches Stanley, VA while passing Ed Good Park. The memorial in the foreground was built to honor those families displaced from Shenandoah National Park.
NS train 202 approaches the town of Luray, VA on a beautiful July day in the Shenandoah Valley.