Spilting two Pennsy signals comming into North Robinson.
With a percise 0830a departure from Bellevue yard, NS 951 heads south toward Bucyrus, OH where it will connect onto the old PRR to head back east.
With a big grin, a little boy and his mother watch the NS business train roll through the small rural town of Inwood, IN on the old PRR main.
The NS business train cruises through Hamlet, IN past the Starke County Co-op and the ex-Wisconsin Southern GP7.
We were given quite the treat this morning. Norfolk Southern's attractive, A-B-B-A set of covered wagons are headed east through Wheeler, Indiana, down the Chicago, Fort Wayne & Eastern's (CF&E) F... (more)
The NS OCS train deadheads through Wyndale on its way back to Altoona.
The NS OCS is deadheading westbound to Chicago, and is seen leaning into the super elevated curve at Lake Street in Ravenna, OH.
On a hot, humid, and extremely hazy day and from an angle rarely seen, NS 951 glides through CP-MO on its way west to Pittsburgh. This shot was taken from the rarely visited railfan bridge on the ... (more)
The NS F-units lead an OCS inspection trip from Birmingham to Knoxville. The train had run from Mobile to Birmingham the previous day. It is seen here northbound on the AGS just north of Trussvill... (more)
NS OCS jaunts up the AGS on an inspection trip from Birmingham to Knoxville. The large windsock to the left of the train is for a nearby private airfield. Looks like the weed sprayer made a pass t... (more)
A few minutes after sunset, the NS OCS train hurries under the signal bridge at Piney Flats.
The "outbound" 2011 Kentucky Derby train crosses Jackson Pike near Talmage on its eastward run from Louisville to Danville.
The Kentucky Derby train makes a daylight appearance on its return trip from Louisville. Click here to see a slightly diffe... (more)
The "outbound" 2011 Kentucky Derby train heads east through Lawrenceburg on a spectacular Monday morning.
The "outbound" 2011 Kentucky Derby train heads east between Louisville and Danville on a spectacular Monday morning. The train should have passed through here Sunday afternoon but was delayed by m... (more)