NS D9-40C 8840 leads 211 at Charlottesville. Photo taken from the West Main Street Bridge.
An increasingly rare C40-9 standard cab leads 217 Westbound out of Mingo Tunnel in Williamson. Due to the AC44C6M rebuild program, the number of C40-9's in active service is quickly decreasing.
What a few months makes November 2016 this locomotive was in Active service, today the locomotive is at Juniata shops being rebuilt as NS 4059 AC44C6M.
At Cresson Steel, a bunch of old C40-9 & SD90MAC cabs sit in the dirt after being gutted and have met the torch, kinda sad to see these old war horses like this after many years of great service, ... (more)
NS T91, running long hood forward, is tied on to the head end of NS 123 to assist with the climb up Erlanger hill.
An increasingly rare Norfolk Southern GE C40-9 Tophat leads eastbound stack train No. 22K through Cleveland, Ohio on a pleasant Spring day along the former Nickel Plate Road. The railroad is rebui... (more)
With the number of AC44C6Ms that NS are turning out, the D9-40C are becoming few and far between. Imagine the luck of Columbia area railfans to have 4 of the endangered species to pass through wi... (more)
Norfolk Southern Vehicle Train 27W pulls up to 20th Street in Irondale, AL. For a crew change before heading on East
744 slowly glides downgrade at the upper loop of High Fill in western North Carolina on the famed Southern Railway's "loops".
The "Charge" at Lynn Camp
This is the climb for Raitt tunnel, also known as the Home Creek Grade. This ex. N&W branch lies deep in the heart of Central Appalachian Coal Country. NS8880 ... (more)
On a sunny February afternoon, K634 rolls through Voorheesville NY with NS 8776 and CP 6257
After a crew change as Lester Fork, U54 gets underway passing the bracket signal at Hurley, with 162 empties and a pusher on the rear bound for Weller Yard.
These NS pigs are always pretty short between Meridian and New Orleans, so getting up to track speed is no steep task at all. Here, he was doing all of 60mph coming into Purvis.