Penn Central Heritage on the Pittsburgh Line
General manifest NS 38Q proceeds East through Altoona as storm clouds loom overhead with the Penn Central Heritage heritage unit NS... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Conrail heritage unit splits under the PRR Pennsy Position signals in Tipton, PA on home rails.
Eastbound on trestle with ex Indiana Railroad , now NS 7337 on train.
NS 38Q passes through CP Blair with fresh rebuild 4053 leading the way. 4053 is leading it's first train after being released from the Juniata Shops.
Norfolk Southern train No. 38Q smokes it up going through Vance, Tennessee, on the NS Knoxville East End District on May 13, 2014.
Hagerstown, MD bound 38Q races south on the former Cumberland Valley Railroad straightaway between Chambersburg and Greencastle, PA along US Route 11. The daily manifest begins its journey at Conw... (more)
NS 38Q power make a run to the eastside lead with a interesting motor consist of UP and CN motors.
NS Train 38Q rolls through Galitzen. The train is passing by AR Tower and passing under the Pennsy era signals.
The lead locomotive consist:
NS 6771 (SD60M) (Ex CR 5515)
NS 9459 (C44-9W)
38Q and 12G both pull in to Enola Yard at the same time. 38Q had the NS 4000 as the second unit.
On a beautiful spring morning, the NS 38Q with two motors rumbles through downtown Marion Virginia passing the old Marion train depot and continues eastbound on the Pulaski District.
Resuming its westbound journey after a stop for mechanical needs, Heritage Unit, "Lackawanna" heads to Bristol and a crew change.
On a dreary morning in historic downtown Abingdon, Virginia, Norfolk Southern's rebuild AC44C6M's lead eastbound manifest 38Q under the N&W CPL's enroute to Roanoke and points beyond.
"O. WINSTON LINK'S FAVORITE BRIDGE"
On a beautiful winter afternoon 94.5 feet in the sky, Norfolk Southern's mixed freight train 38Q glides over one of "O. Winston Link's ... (more)
The New York Central heritage unit makes its first appearance on the Pulaski District in nearly a year as the lead unit on 38Q.
On a gloomy winter day under threatening skies, the New York Central heritage unit leads train 38Q around the bend by the old Marion train depot and onto the siding to hold for two westbound train... (more)