The Lehigh Valley Heritage unit finally led a train across the Pittsburgh Line for the first time since 2015 and railfans all over Pennsylvania came out to witness the event. Here, the Lehigh Val... (more)
For the first time since 2015, the Lehigh Valley Heritage unit led a train across the Pittsburgh line. Many railfans were out to witness the event and I was one of them. Here we see it leading 2... (more)
Logan Lehigh Valley GirlNS 8104, the Lehigh Valley heritage unit, has been released from a long imprisonment south of the Mason-Dixon. While the Logan Valley is not... (more)
A loaded Norfolk Southern coal train with NS ES44ACs 8104 (Lehigh Valley heritage unit) and 8109 is parked on the Big Toms Creek Branch at Coeburn, VA waiting for further movement. The train was ... (more)
The NS 8104 Lehigh Valley leads the weekly limestone run into the yard at Belews Creek. Limestone is used in the plant WFGD or "scrubber" system and is injected into the flue gas to help reduce S... (more)
The quiet of 6th Street in downtown Augusta is broken as NS Train 191 rumbles down the street with the Lehigh Valley Heritage engine providing quite the show!
The Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit proceeds through Monetta, SC on its way to Augusta, GA.
NS 191 rolls slowly through downtown Johnston, SC with the Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit on point.
After dropping almost all of their load in the siding at Vaucluse, 191 brings a small cut of 4 cars past the former Southern Signals in downtown Graniteville to leave at the NS Interchange in Warr... (more)
Just short of Augusta's street running section is the Savannah River. Here the train is pulling across the trestle as it makes its way from South Carolina into Georgia. Many onlookers would enjo... (more)
Fall colors are beginning to come out in downtown Augusta as the sun shines warmly on the nose of the Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit running down 6th Street.
The NS 8104 Lehigh Valley sits in the limestone yard at Belews Creek.
The NS 8104 Lehigh Valley leads the weekly limestone run into Belews Creek. At the end of the train the manned pushers or helpers can be seen at the top of the hill. Limestone is used in the plan... (more)
As the sun sets, 751 stops in downtown Belmont with the Lehigh unit in the lead.
A great way to start off the forth of July sees the Lehigh Valley heritage unit leading 785 westbound out of Asheville at Craggy.