The only opportunity to see the NS 30th Anniversary unit, SD70ACe 1030, was this past week at Spencer, NC, where the unit's number boards were replaced with the 30the anniversary dates of 1982 and... (more)
Delaware, Lackawanna, & Western heritage unit up close and personal in the line ready to leave the day after the family portrait ceremony on the 3rd & 4th.
Two units moving - the NS (IT) SD70ACe 1072 and NS (PC) SD70ACe 1073 flank the Southern Railway E8A 6900 while moving in opposite directions around the static veteran EMD. Full coverage of the her... (more)
Some of the more complex paint schemes that were done for the NS were the Wabash and the Lackawanna - both of which flank the Southern Railway E8A 6900 at the NS Family Portrait event in Spencer, ... (more)
Representing the original Norfolk Southern, Chattanooga painted Norfolk Southern heritage ES44AC poses for photographers during the parade of Southern Railway predecessor railroads. Special thanks... (more)
The Conrail Predecessors gathered on the turntable before joining the Conrail unit for the parade.
NS' Nickel Plate Road heritage ES44AC idles near the roundhouse as NS' Norfolk & Western heritage ES44AC makes a reverse move from the turntable. 5 of the 20 Norfolk Southern heritage locomotives ... (more)
After the crowds. As the festivities wound down at the NS heritage unit gathering in Spencer, NC and the crowds dwindled, it opened up this view of Norfolk Southern 1030, surrounded by repr... (more)
Colorful Heritage. The N&W heritage unit takes a spin on the turntable during the first day of events at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
NS' Norfolk & Western and Southern Railway heritage locomotives pose nose to nose with NS 1616 representing the original Norfolk Southern as part of the 30th Anniversary of the modern day Norfolk ... (more)
When you can't beat 'em... include them in your photo!
NS Family portrait night shoot at Spencer Shops, Spencer, NC July 4, 2012. Stable mates NYC 1066 and PRR 8102 are side by side at the roundhouse.
A score of railfans line up for their photos of all 20 of the heritage engines sitting around the turntable. Thanks to NS and the Spencer Museum for putting on such a great event!