The other units are NS 2689 and NS 2810.
Photographer- unknown- from my personal collection. 35mm Anscochrome slide.
July 11, 1959 finds Y6b 2174 performing a photo run by at the giant Trace Fork viaduct on the Dry Fork Branch of the ... (more)
Hopefully it won't be too much longer before a new generation can actually see N&W 611 in operation. I remember how exited I was to see, photograph and ride behind this great engine in 1982. I rem... (more)
The 'T' stood for 'Transfer', meaning the locomotive was capable of faster transition and higher sustained speeds than the regular 'S' - type yard switcher series. There were only 57 built and N&W... (more)
The N&W 611J takes a spin on the turntable as two of the more colorful streamliners sit in the background.
Power in Bison yard joint engine facility
Photographer- Bruce Nelson- from my personal collection.
August 22, 1982 in most circles related to steam railroading was former N&W J Class 611's day in the sun to triumphantly return under s... (more)
Photographer- Larry Smith- from my personal collection.
One of the highlights of the 1987 NRHS Convention, besides the side by side running of Class J 611 and Class A 1218, was this night phot... (more)
Three Pevler blue N&W SD45s and a matching blue cupola cab are tied up at Boody, VA, just east of St. Paul. An L&N derailment at Coeburn has the railroad (the Clinch Valley District of the Pocahon... (more)
Comin' round the bend. N&W 382 leans into a curve outside of Strasburg.
Norfolk and Western 4-8-0 #475 leads an inbound excursion over the "Pumpkinville Turnpike" after just departing Lehman Place in Lancaster County, PA on a beautiful fall afternoon.
Builder's plate on Norfolk & Western J-Class #611. Photo taken while #611 sits steaming just outside the Southern Railway System Norris Yard Steam Shop.