The N&W heritage unit leads the 746 south past the Martinsville signal.
After running around the train at Millstone, U02, with the Norfolk & Western Heritage Unit, eases down the Lenore Branch, about a half of a mile from the Delbarton #2 loadout.
The NS 8103 Norfolk & Western leads the NS 756 to Belews Creek Steam Station.
As NS T93 shoves its cut of cars back into the yard with the Norfolk & Western heritage unit leading. The Erie heritage unit starts to pull on its cut of cars to begin its work in Danville Yard be... (more)
The NS 8103 leads loaded coal train 76A over Tinker creek.
Double heritage power on S2N, with the Norfolk & Western leading and the Reading heritage trailing! S2N rolls through Woodman, about a mile from the junction with the Pokey Main, headed towards Bl... (more)
NS ES44AC 8103 Norfolk & Western and NS SD70ACe 1067 Reading Lines heritage locomotives on westbound train 825 passing through Spout Spring.
The Norfolk & Western heritage units heads to Atlantic Waste after picking up cars from interchange with CSXT at Collier Yard.
The Norfolk and Western heritage locomotive leads westbound train 825 past the N&W color position light (CPL) signals at Bowler.
N&W heritage on the D&H. After 4 years, the N&W heritage unit made it's first daylight run on the Delaware & Hudson. The extra empty autorack train has just crested Richmondville Hill and is just ... (more)
The NS 8103 Norfolk & Western leads the NS 756 south through one of the many curves on the "Punkin Vine".
N&W heritage on the D&H. After 4 years, the N&W heritage unit made it's first daylight run on the Delaware & Hudson. The extra empty autorack train is seen crossing the iconic D&H trestle located ... (more)
Pevlar blue paint and the N&W Hamburger Logo adorn the lead unit on NS Train 297, the Norfolk and Western Heritage Unit.
This shade of blue and logo are right at home at 10th Street on the N... (more)
Oh, Hamburgers!NS 8103, wearing its c.1966 N&W heritage scheme, rolls out of the rock cut east of (PRR) Bridge #5 at Union Furnace.
An empty ethanol trains heads west behind a colorful lash-up passing the former Fleetwood Auto Body Works.