Jersey blue. Norfolk Southern 4000 (AC44C6M) is one of the class units of the DC to AC conversion rebuild series. On Sunday morning, February 17, 2019, it leads NS 294 passing the historic CNJ Uni... (more)
Norfolk Southern Mane Units 4000 & 4005 lead manifest 36T as it crosses over the Genesee Arch bridge in Letchworth State Park. A light dusting a of snow covers the landscape during the last moment... (more)
Two NS mane units, 4000 & 4005, power manifest 36T as it climbs upgrade in Attica, New York and passes by a picturesque blue barn on the Southern Tier Line. Locomotives:NS 4000 AC44C6M... (more)
After a company portrait the night before, NS AC44C6M mane units 4000 & 4005 sits in the yard at Altoona awaiting their next assignment. Locomotives:NS 4000 AC44C6MNS 4005 AC44C6M
With two of NS's prototype DC-to-AC conversion units on the point, 36T eases under the Dry Bridge Road overpass on the main and slows for a stop signal at Linden. I87 will take the siding here for... (more)
With two of NS's prototype DC-to-AC conversion "mane" units on the point, 36T speeds past old codeline poles on the Southern Tier Line in Dale, New York. Locomotives:NS 4000 AC44C6Mmore)
The class leader of Norfolk Southern's DC to AC traction rebuilds, paired with paired with 4005, leads a train of CNG tankers (as an extra mixed freight) east through the massive ro... (more)
NS 4000 takes the new Turntable for a spin. Which is working well.
NS 191 roars through Bartow on its way to Macon with a "blue bonnet" DC to AC AC44C6M, rebuilt from a standard cab Dash 9.
The first AC44C6M, #4000 with the blue mane, leads NS 747 westbound through Elliston, Va at the Green Hill intermediate signal on the Christiansburg District.
747 trundles north towards the Virginia state line and ultimately Roanoke.
The 4000/8103 duo leading the 747 through Ferrum.
747 cruising past Nationwide Homes.
The 747 climbs the grade into Martinsville after a brief squall blanketed the area with a coating of fresh snow.
The NS 4000 "DC to AC" unit and the NS 8103 "Norfolk & Western" lead the NS 747 north over the Mayo River with a load of 130 empty hoppers from Belews Creek Steam Station. Taken at 16mm.