NS 8102 ducks under the old southern signals at Five Row that's now a thing of the past since the new PTC signals have been installed.
After leading 37T into Buffalo in the morning, NS yard crews use the Pennsylvania Railroad heritage unit to build an outbound train Bison Yard.Locomotives:NS 8102 ES44ACUP 8076 ES4... (more)
The Pennsy Heritage Unit is rocking and rolling over the multiple grade crossings in Lebanon as it heads west to Harrisburg and beyond.
On a beautiful and warm summer evening, Norfolk Southern loaded coal train 776 splits the classic PPL's in Orrville, Ohio with the sparkling Pennsy Heritage unit leading the way west on the Fort W... (more)
NS 8102 leads 750 thru Salisbury, NC. he is diverging off of the S line on to the Southern main line 750 destination is Allen steam plant in Belmont, NC this train use to come down Saluda mountain... (more)
In gorgeous evening light, NS 67X rolls west under the MP 225 signal bridge at Tipton, PA with the Pennsylvania Railroad heritage unit in charge.
PRR heritage unit under former Pennsy catenary
CN 527 with heritage unit NS 8102 is getting ready to leave Southwark Yard as the tail end of CN 324 passes it.
'Test Dirt' So says the etching on the fuel tank of the PRR heritage unit (NS 8102), which is about to leave Southwark Yard, leading CN 527.
Heritage unit NS 8102 is leading CN 527, nearly into Taschereau Yard with 76 cars from Southwark Yard.
Norfolk Southerns Pennsy Heritage engine presents a treat for nocturnal railfans leading CP 931 north past the station at Port Henry at 02:18.
Heritage unit in local service in Canada. The PRR heritage unit (NS 8102) came into Montreal on run-through train CN 529 (aka CP 931/NS 31T) and was in use on Montreal-area transfer CN 527 ... (more)
NS 14R heads east over the Hoosic River in Schaghticoke, NY with a interesting pair of power; NS 8102 (PRR) and MEC 3403.
The trainman has a sharp eye out as the PRR Heritage Unit exits the RR Museum of PA's yard after a weekend exposition. Fans young and old have gathered to record the event.
The PRR Heritage Unit is running long-hood forward, leaving Strasburg after a weekend on display at the RR Museum of PA. In the background is the 1880-built PRR freight station.