The Wabash heritage unit rolls over the diamonds in Marion as it leads a manifest south through Ohio.
NS 1070 makes an unprecedented move on the I&O's former DT&I mainline as it hauls a empty Cargill train outside Springfield to be loaded at Uniopolis, OH with soybeans.
Recently, NS regained a ... (more)
With the shadows moving in rapidly, P37 sees the last light of the day passing the intermediate signal at White Sulphur with the Wabash heritage SD70ACe leading the way. The unit came in the previ... (more)
NS 153 stands at Mecaslin Street in Atlanta, Georgia with Norfolk Southern's Wabash heritage SD70ACe Nș1070 while waiting for it's outbound Alabama Division crew.
A rare NS visitor makes its way up the Detroit Lakes Sub. Since the line leads to Canada, CP units normally lead here, but with this train terminating south of the border, these non CP units can ... (more)
Donahue Bros. crews work hard to change a bad axle on the Wabash Heritage unit after it became locked up on the mainline.
NS 134 rumbles over the diamond at Barber Jct with the Wabash heritage unit leading a CP SD33C-ECO. This scene has changed a bit in the past few months. The replaces for the old Southern signals h... (more)
NS 60M makes its way westbound through the trench aka "The Yellow Brick Road" this time of year
The Wabash heritage unit leans into a turn on NS' hottest train on a bitterly cold day.
The NS 1070 Wabash leads the NS 69R north over US 220.
The NS 1070 Wabash leads the NS 69R north at Hilltop Junction.
The Wabash heritage unit leads an empty coal train in route from Bow, NH to Shire Oaks, PA. The train is passing between the last classic D&H bracket mast signal that still stands and some nice Fa... (more)
NS 212 with the Wabash heritage unit leading passes a very clean Freightliner parked along the Lehigh Line in Hillside.
After holding at Townley and Hillside for 20E and I4Z to clear up ahead, 212 rockets off. Leading 212 was NS 1070, the Wabash heritage SD70ACe.
Parked on the Lurgan Runner Siding due to a locked traction motor.