Norfolk & Western T6 18 rolled out of Alco's factory in March 1959, and is seen here at Norfolk, Virginia, 23 years, 11 months later.
Norfolk & Western C630 1131 was the only C630 to receive this paint scheme. It is seen here in yard service, coupled to a slug, at Norfolk, Virginia, on February 9, 1983.
Norfolk & Western 39 is an Alco T6.
A Norfolk & Western coal train passes through Norfolk, Virginia, on Valentine's Day 1983. N&W SD35 1578, a November 1965 EMD product, is on the point.
Light power starts over the drawbridge as it crosses Norfolk Harbor.
The sun's setting and going around the curve heading to NS bridge 5, NS 9947 is the last unit on the 8 unit light power move as they will be heading to N.I.T. As their is a surprise up ahead EX Co... (more)
The last bit of sun shines on the noses of the lead unit, NS 8906 and NS 2517 this GE and EMD lash up lead this loaded coal train. As they are on the approach to colley ave heading into lamberts p... (more)
NS Train - Hostler just left Lambert's Point Dock and crossed the East Branch Elizabeth River as it heads towards the NS Yard off Atlantic Avenue. This train has plenty of power with its eight lo... (more)
A batallion of Norfolk Southern locomotives leads a long line of empty coal cars out of Lambert's Point Dock this afternoon. Locomotives include #9356 (D9-40CW), former Conrail #6076 currently as... (more)
This former Conrail #3280 locomotive with its slug is preparing to finalize its load of empty cars.
Norfolk Southern Office Car Special begins its inspection of the Heartland Corridor from Norfolk, Virginia to Columbus, Ohio.
NF&D RS-36 #2 sits outside the roundhouse at Lambert's Point.
A slug set moves a cut of hoppers at Lamberts Point.
P30CH #708 has just arrived into Norfolk, VA, off Amtrak train #54, The Mountaineer, on it's next to the last run, and is being service for the last run of the westbound Mountaineer the next day.