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)
After a long wait by this photographer in Gallitzin, the NS Safety train finally emerged from the West portal of the Allegheny Tunnel. As a career firefighter this train is one of my favorites. On... (more)
NS 9375 leads NS 304 east out of downtown Columbus as a CSXT coal drag rolls west.
NS 6928 crawls through Hague Avenue at MP 142 on Norfolk Southern's Dayton District.
NS 926 passes through Lexington with a oddball consist of a EMD GP59 and a GE C40-9.
Something never to be repeated again NS 29G passes under the Concord signal bridge with a now retired NS C40-8 and a now rebuilt NS GP50. The signal bridge remains for the time being but its days ... (more)
There were four new sequentially numbered locomotives, two on the front and two in the rear, on this NS train headed east on the BNSF Hannibal Sub.
Having just gone under CSX's Sparrows Point Industrial Track, NS Bayview local HB01 is south on the President St Branch, passing the old Crown Cork and Seal factory. Today's train is comprised of... (more)
NS 288 (Atlanta,GA-Detroit,MI) keep up at a steady pace on the main 2 track as the two motors are dragging a empty 8,000 ft long vehicle train up the south-end of the H... (more)
After waiting for a trackmobile to shuffle around some cars, the PN-13 shoves back against the outbound loaded trash cars from the New Jersey Rail Carri... (more)
The NS 8103 leads loaded coal train 76A over Tinker creek.
One of NS's first ordered GE C40-9W's makes its presence known at Grandview Tavern as it takes this mixed manifest freight down the Rathole, trudging ever closer to the Chattanooga Terminal.
Southbound with cars for Northumberland yard , at mp 248.
Even though the Fast Flying Virginian was a C&O passenger train, NS 1069 looks the part leading NS train 18M through Circleville, OH.
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)