NS 4270 heads the OCS westbound towards Chicago on the evening of May 22nd. Before this was taken, the train had tipped off the defect detector in New Galilee, causing a delay.
NS 950 heads south through Salisbury in the early morning fog with 4270 in the lead.
Westbound at mp 153
The OCS train slits the town of Kings Mountain as it deadheads from Jacksonville Florida to Altoona Pennsylvania.
Just after splitting the signals at CP Rowland, the northbound run of the office car special diverges onto track two to meet p90 in Central, SC as it makes a deadhead run back to Altoona, PA.
GRINDING UP THE LINDEN GRADE.
NS 952 is nearing the summit of the Blue Ridge. The classic EMD F7s and trailing train turn this tranquil scene into its own passing one of the farms that dot the la... (more)
THE THOROUGHBRED OF TRANSPORTATION
The Norfolk Southern Executive Office Train (OCS) passes one of the many horse farms that dot the landscape in Northern Virginia, This one near Berryville on it... (more)
The Manassas Gap Railroad was built to here in 1861 and was the site of the first troop movement by train to battle as Confederate forces from Winchester in the Shenandoah Valley... (more)
The NS F units back over the CSX diamond at Simpson yard to take on fuel before heading west with OCS train.
As the sun sets, the Norfolk Southern Office Car special deadheads back to Altoona. Pictured crossing the Potomac River from West Virginia into Maryland with an A-B-B-A configuration.
NS 952 with the executive F Units rolls northbound through beautiful downtown Thomasville, NC passing by the big chair.
After arriving in Jacksonville, the OCS motors cut away from the passenger train to run around the cars giving a view of the beautiful A-B-B-A set of NS's show ponies.
Westbound NS 955 office car special deadhead move speeds past CP Delphi near Delphi, IN on the former Wabash line, 8/3/14, shortly after dawn. The train's destination is St. Louis, MO.
The pride of Norfolk Southern, the Office Car Special, races through Derry, PA on a deadhead move west.