A oil train bringing Bakken crude to the east coast rolls through the south end of Iona Island NY with soild NS power up front including NS 1069, the Virginian!!
Virginian Heritage unit leads NS 591 Westbound with empties from Baltimore back to the Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania
Norfolk Southern(Virginian) Heritage unit number 1069 rolls Eastbound train 592 through Port Deposit, Md. on 11-24-13.
The Virginian Heritage Unit and NS train 592 pass under the old PRR signal bridge at Perryman, MD. In the background an Amtrak crew gives them a roll-by inspection.
The Virginian Heritage Unit leads NS 592, a loaded coal train from Shire Oaks, PA, as it crosses over the Susquehanna River on the NEC. It's headed for the Consul coal pier in Baltimore, MD.
A Shire Oaks to Baltimore coal train warms the hearts of a half-dozen photographers on a cold and windy day along the Susquehanna River. Here it's passing under the old PRR position light signals ... (more)
I finally get this unit leading a train into Conway Yard. The power from NS 16E makes it way east to switch for the engine facility.
Norfolk Southern(Virginian) Heritage unit 1069 leads an Eastbound Hill run out of Mullens west Virginia on the former Virginian Railway. The train is crossing the famous Garwood trestle as it slow... (more)
CP 288 heads east on the CP Elgin Sub through the Galewood neighborhood of Chicago. In just a few miles the train will get on the BRC at Cragin and head to Clearing Yard.
CP 288 nears Clearing Yard with the Virginian heritage unit on the point.
The Virginian heritage unit comes to a stop at 63rd St, waiting for the light into Clearing yard with CP 288.
The Virginian heritage unit leads CP 288 east under the B-12 east signal bridge.
After a short wait at Nerska/LeMoyne, the 288 train continues its run to BRC's Clearing Yard.
The Virginian heritage unit leads an ICE SD40-2 through Franklin Park, passing under the Milwaukee Road era signal bridge.
A 288 train from the Twin Cities passes Tower B17 in Bensenville, bound for BRC's Clearing Yard in Chicago. The Virginian heritage unit is looking good in the morning sunlight.