NS V92 (the Harrisonburg local) makes it's way south on a beautiful winter Sunday morning.
NS trains pass at Casandra as the first big winter storm of the season moves into the region.
Still wearing its Southern tuxedo GP38-2 5182 waits for its next assignment at Asheville.
NS 187 burst out of the tunnel at Vandiver, AL as its locomotives exhaust that filled the tunnel is sucked out behind itself. NS 9293 has the honors of riding up front a bit today. Placed on GE O... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Wabash Heritage SD70ACe Locomotive #1070, leads Train 220 through Anniston, AL as they head east to Atlanta, GA.
Loaded Catawba man 744 winds its way east down the Old Fort Loops, seen here at Bruner's Cut near Graphite with the N&W Heritage and Blue Mane DC - AC motors working the head end, and the Jersey C... (more)
An NS train rolls west as the first major winter storm of the season gets started on the west slope.
Heading underneath the Hill-to-Hill bridge is eastbound intermodal train 294, with NS 1070 leading. This locomotive is one of Norfolk Southern's 20 Heritage Units, supporting the Wabash paint sche... (more)
NS 191 eases down 6th St. and by the "Sixth on Watkins" restaurant, now closed.
NS 212 crosses Amtrak's Northeast Corridor at CP VALLEY on the former Lehigh Valley mainline. Fitting for the occasion, NS heritage unit #8104 "Lehigh Valley" leads the way. An Amtrak Ac... (more)
NS 212 runs along the P&H freight main under former Pennsylvania Railroad catenary along Avenue I in the Ironbound section of Newark, NJ. Norfolk Southern's "Lehigh Valley" heritage ES44... (more)
8100 leans into the turn just north of Hilltop Junction. The Smith River adds a little dramatic fog to the background of the scene on a cool rainy afternoon.
8100 lugging the 272 through Ferrum.
With a relatively mild December and early January, ice is just starting to form on the Mohawk River as NS 11R crosses the river on the former D&H. After making only one appearance in 6 years on th... (more)
NS 202 travels across the high bridge after 8 inches fell the previous day with a pair of Tier 4 engines.