The 8114 leads the NS 756 past Broadway. The train made 3 tries to climb Starkey Hill but stalled on each attempt, with the crew eventually taking the train back to the South Yard.
The 'Original NS' heritage unit, NS 8114, brings NS 16N over the Stone Arch Bridge in Johnstown, PA.
The Southern heritage unit brings westbound steel train through Ramsey as it is about to enter the large rock cut.
The Southern heritage unit runs solo leading a westbound by New Albany. On the other end two units are about to be added for the push up Duncan Hill.
NS 349 heads south through Thomasville, NC with the Southern heritage GEVO leading the way running LHF.
NS 756 tops a grueling grade just as it enters the village of Ferrum Virginia. From here the pumpkin vine meanders down through the Blue Ridge foothills on it's way to the next town of Henry.
After running around their train at Millstone, U01 eases towards the Delbarton #2 loadout, deep up the Lenore Branch, which comes off of the Kenova District at Naugatuck.
The Southern heritage unit leads 35N through Clymers in golden light.
NS' Savannah & Atlanta heritage SD70ACe leads CSX Q303 west through Hilldale, W.Va., on CSX's Alleghany Subdivision east of Hinton.
Norfolk Southern's Office Car Special speeds south near the Tennessee/Georgia state line behind the railroads classy F units. The train is on the way to The Masters golf tournament in Augusta,GA.
Night Moves. On its way north from Augusta, GA following the Masters, the OCS heads toward Assembly Street--and the former Union Station--in Columbia, SC on the historic Southern/NS R Line... (more)
Operating as V41 the Southern heritage unit pushes the 754 by the Rocky Mount signal enroute to Belews Creek Steam Station in North Carolina.
1065 on point for the 756 rounding the horseshoe curve just past the Jondee CPL which is the southern end of the Philpott siding.
Norfolk Southern heritage unit NS8114 struggles up the grade toward Dismal Yard with an empty unit train for Sun Coke. The Buchanan Branch is a busy coal artery deep in the Hollers of Western Vir... (more)