Crossing over the Potomac River into Maryland from West Virginia at Shepherdstown is 16T with an EMD SD80MAC in the lead.
A southbound freight rolls across the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia.
Gliding high above a very swollen Potomac River at Shepherdstown is Norfolk Southern train 16T with the Delaware Lackwanna schemed heritage engine in the lead.
The final Ringling Brothers Circus Blue Unit train heads to its last performance at Uniondale, Long Island signifying the end of an era.
The train, which had some engine problems along the way,... (more)
Five GE-built thoroughbreds race a southbound mainfest across the Potomac River.
A northbound freight illuminates the scene and waiting in the wings are the new safetrans signals awaiting their installation to replace the venerable N&W CPL signals at Shepherdstown as part of t... (more)
Passing over the calm Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia is NS 8103 at the front of train 228. 8103 is specially painted to honor a Norfolk Southern predecessor, the Norfolk and Wester... (more)
As the sun sets, the Norfolk Southern Office Car special deadheads back to Altoona. Pictured crossing the Potomac River from West Virginia into Maryland with an A-B-B-A configuration.
NS 211 Croxton, NJ to Atlanta, GA intermodal crosses the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia. Leading the train is UP 4526, UP 8820, NS 7000 and the NS 1069 (Virginian) for power.
NS 1074 leads 37Q south across the Potomac River on the former N&W H Line on a milk early March morning.
Hot intermodal NS 203 (Rutherford, PA to Atlanta, GA) crosses the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia on a mild Winter day. CP8808 (ES44AC), SOO 6061 (SD60M) and NS 9305 (C44-9W) lead t... (more)
Last light of the day as this light power consist moves south
"ONE FOR THE ROAD"
A photo 7 years in the making. The Norfolk Southern Office Car Special (OCS) crossing the Potomac River at Shepherdstown, WV.
This train operates all ove... (more)
NS 38Q with an excellent lash up heads north over the Potomac River.