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While riding around in the country to snap some shots, I wondered into Landis NC. About 30 minutes up I-85 between Kannapolis and Salisbury is this small town that makes you think time forgot it. There is a rail line that runs right through the center of town, with a mill (still running) on one side and downtown on the other.
These are a few of the shots (more to come) with a few worked on to make them have a bit more of that old time feeling.
Being born in the Tri-State area, you get to know the names of every bridge in and out of New York City. Urban Industrial Imaging has some great night shots of all the most famous bridges. And some not so famous ones as well. The falls in Patterson is one of my favorites. http://www.urbanindustrialimaging.com
I finally dug out my camera and took advantage of a beautiful weekend in the south to take some pictures. It proved to be a great day to catch some trains on the NS mainline between Charlotte and Salisbury. An even more eventful day was had by the crew of NS 119 who had their train go into emergency stop about a mile above where I was at. After they finally got going again, 800 feet later, the train emergency stopped again.
On July 3rd and 4th Norfolk Southern held a 30th anniversary celebration at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC. As part of this celebration they have painted 20 of their newest locomotives in the livery’s of their predecessor railroads grouped into the three “families”; Norfolk and Western, Southern Railroad, and Conrail.
This is a seemingly once in a lifetime occasion where all 20 of the locomotives will be in one place and will be as clean and spotless as they will ever be. I decided to brave the 95+ degree southern summer on the 4th and brought the camera along. Horrible sunburn and eight bottles of water later produced the pictures in the gallery below. Kudos to Norfolk Southern for spending the time and money to pay homage to the lines that pre-date it and also for organizing an event that allowed rail fans and railroad families a chance to see these masterpieces up close.