The Conrail heritage unit awaits its next assignment at Lamberts Point's diesel shop. For more information, visit www.nscorp.com... (more)
The F's pose next to the Conrail heritage unit at Lamberts Point in Norfolk. For more information, visit www.nscorp.com<... (more)
Two different versions of the Southern heritage scheme, on two very different types of locomotives! For more information, visit www.nsc... (more)
Virginian 1069 led 170 loads of coal into the yard at Lamberts Point and was later sitting beside the F-units in the diesel shop, both awaiting outbound trains on Monday morning. For more informa... (more)
On a rainy Wednesday evening, a Hampton Roads "Light Rail" commuter train (The Tide) passes the "Norva", where there'll be a 2 Skinnee J's concert in a few hours.
N&W blue GP9s 517 and 503 stand ready to head west with the POCAHONTAS with black units in the background.
Two former Virginian Fairbanks Morse units now wear blue as they switch hopper cars at the vast N&W yard.
The date is approximate. I was stationed at the Naval Amphibious Base for 6 months - Lambert's Point was a favorite place to relax. There was a park adjacent to this site.
A trainman carries an EOT out to SD40-2 6078 and pays little attention to the Jolly Green flying overhead.
The "Oceanic Breeze" takes on coal from Norfolk Southern's Pier 6 in this view from the Victory Rover.
Running along the old Norfolk & Western line, NS 8837 leads the 8 unit light power move to N.I.T
When bumped from road assignments by new motive power, the big Alco C630's were coupled with slugs and worked the yard assignments at N&W Lambert's Point.
Norfolk & Western 905, a derated GP9, is seen at the shops in Norfolk, Virginia, on February 14, 1983.
Norfolk & Western 250 is an Alco RSD-12 (Norfolk, Virginia - December 1982)