Sure that's fine... as long as there's a nearby NS/CSX hub.That's probably Richmond, VA where originally The C&O, SAL and SR lines intersected. There was a somewhat famous posed photo taken in the early 80's of a then Chessie System crossing over a Seaboard System crossing over Southern Railway trains.
OK, I went to rrpicturesarchives.net and the photos appear in a search for both Seaboard Systems 6719 and Southern 6143 in Richmond, VA in 1983.Sure that's fine... as long as there's a nearby NS/CSX hub.
There's one in N.C., and some trains go through here with consists from both roads... or one train after another pulled by each separately.
So nobody could get them stopped before the second loco went in the drink...
Aren’t we being clever……There was no train.
Awaiting your approval…..The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway's 1948 operating rules define a train as: "An engine or more than one engine coupled, with or without cars, displaying markers."