3 trains sits at CP WING. From left to right. NS 67X changes crews on the main, NS 591 sits quiet on the siding, and NS 21J gets ready to pull out of Pitcairn Yard.
NS "Red Mane" AC44C6M #4002 sits tied down on train 591 as 67X changes crews on the main
NS "Red Mane" AC44C6M #4002 leads train 591 to a stop at CP WING. The crew tied down their train and waited with their taxi for another train to show up.
NS 20K rolls by the Rock Quarry in Union Furnace
A Roanoke shops rebuild (former Dash9-40C 8789) leads loaded coal train 762 by the iconic N&W CPL signals at Keystone, WV.
Pan shot of NS 4002 leading NS 22K over the Grand River trestle in Painesville, Ohio.
NS 4002 leads NS 22K over the Grand River trestle in Painesville, Ohio
"One Goes Up, One Goes Down". NS 23Z climes the East Slope of the Allegheny Mountains with NS 4002 leading the charge. At the same time, NS 38Q glides down the adjacent with an all EMD... (more)
Eastbound down, Westbound up, NS 25Z Meets 38Q around Horseshoe Curve Friday afternoon, 25Z has NS 4002 (AC44C6M) leading supporting the cool looking paint scheme.
NS AC44C6M 4002 DC to AC rebuild leads 231 with an assorted GE consist including a ES44AC, C44-9W and CW40-8 at Atlanta, Georgia via the Atlanta South District during it's Savannah to Austell run.... (more)
Stranger in a Strange land.
NS #4002 leads southbound CSX train Q696-05 across the high trestle spanning Boone's Creek in eastern Tennessee on a beautiful afternoon.
After getting their helpers added on, 762 departs Farm, passing the CPL Signals governing Westbounds through the interlocking.
NS 4002 and NS 4000, 2 of the special painted AC44C6M rebuilds, lead Eastbound 762 through Keystone, passing the CPL signal which is slated to be replaced in the coming weeks.
NS 4002 and NS 4000, 2 of the special painted AC44C6M rebuilds, lead Eastbound 762 through the town of Davy, a few miles away from getting their helpers at Farm.
Norfolk Southern AC44C6Ms #'s 4002 and 4004 charge through Princeton with ethanol empties bound for Mina, SD. These are the first NS DC to AC conversion units to get past Chicagoland, and are look... (more)