All 20 Norfolk Southern heritage units at the Spencer roundhouse.
Happy 4th! NS 1067, in Heritage Paint honoring the Reading, backs towards the turntable at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, North Carolina, as part of Norfolk Southern's 30th ... (more)
A NB coasts down the hill at Five Row lead by ex Conrail 6133.
The Heritage festivities are over and train 961 has been assembled and is almost ready to depart. 8101 is actually the bottom unit and will be shoved back through the venue to access the mainline.
A very big "THANK YOU" goes out to you Mr. Kerr, To you & all the other Engineer's, Conductors, and Staff of NS who graciously & patiently moved all 20 locomotives around for us Photographers at ... (more)
After spotting NS' Savannah & Atlanta heritage SD70ACe at the roundhouse, an NS road foreman of engines carefully closes the nose door of the Progress Rail built ACe.
Prior to the public display days at Spencer, SD70ACe #1030 had its front number boards changed out to reflect the 30 year anniversary of NS (1982-2012). In this 'behind the scenes' view NS Road Fo... (more)
Conrail left an indelible mark on the Monongahela Railway. The one in this picture isn't quite so permanent.
Looking more like Scranton or Bethlehem, PA then Spencer, NC, the Lehigh Valley 8104 with its nicely revised nose backs onto a roundhouse track as the Erie and DL&W look on.
Here is a 'behind the scenes' look at the night shoot at NCTM...
The DLW heritage unit awaits its spin onto the turntable and backin to it's parking spot at the roundhouse.
1072's turn to show off her colors during the NS 30th Anniversary Bash.
Wabash Railroad: Operating over 2,400 miles of trackage, The Wabash Railroad operated in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, and neighboring states in addition to Ontario. Major terminals... (more)
961 slowly backs out of NCTM after the big event held by NS to celebrate it's 30th anniversary.
Everyone is elbow to elbow as the 20 heritage units perform their roll by's in the diesel parade, here 1066 takes it's place.