Another batch of fresh from the factory locomotives head west for delivery to BNSF. Four are ES44C4 numbers 6601, 6605, 6614, and 6615 and one is an ES44DC number 7260
NS 6182, a fresh-looking SD40-2, sits among the other power outside the NS Locomotive Shop in the Bellevue Yard.
Today's visitors to the Norfolk Southern locomotive shop include SD70ACe UP 8653, and behind it a mystery object wrapped in a green tarp.
Thoroughbreds of many varieties wait in the engine pit for service or assignment outside the Locomotive Shop in the Norfolk Southern Bellevue Yard
NS 145 crosses the flats viaduct as a Great Lakes self-unloading bulk freighter delivers tons of aggregate material to a cement making plant.
An ex-Conrail GP38-2 and a single gondola cross the flats viaduct as workers below build the pylons for the bridge that will replace the Innerbelt bridge seen in the background
The gutted shell of a passenger car sits in front of the LWV 101 E8A locomotive in the Lorain & West Virginia Railway yard. Note: A closer look at the passenger car will reveal the word "Psychotic... (more)
A Wheeling & Lake Erie GP35 in Operation Lifesaver paint along with a GP40 still in D&RGW paint lead a scrap metal train west.
There is nothing about this image to even suggest this is Norfolk Southern intermodal train 22K! Appearing in this lashup front to back are . . . UP 7602, UP 9659, TFM 1408, KCS 632, TFM 1420,... (more)
A dense fog greets morning railfans this day, caused by the rapid meltoff of snow from the previous weekend's snowstorm. UP 8520 leads CSX Q390 through the soup on the Short Line.
The GP40 leading this procession of empty gondolas and coke cars is 43 years old, and is now soldiering on as WE 300
Wheeling & Lake Erie locomotives 303 and 301 at CP194 in Berea. These units honor their heritage by retaining their D&RGW black and orange paint and lettering.
A trio of old timers exchange waves and greetings with the engineer of CSX 7493 as he pilots Q164 through Berea under slow orders
Although BNSF 5718 was a pre-production test unit for the ES44AC series, it is currently classified as an AC4400CW by BNSF. Strange to find this locomotive tied down on a very neglected siding in... (more)
As is often the case with this train, a load of John Deere tractors are first in line behind the power on NS 18A