Running as CSX Z354-04, NS 201 crosses over the Tennessee River in Bridgeport, AL.
Norfolk Southern's Wabash heritage unit awaits its next assignment in Union Pacific's Dolores Yard in Carson, CA. Note all the store UP power to the side.
NS 1070 Wabash Heritage unit leads a fast moving Z along UP's Yuma Sub.
A solid set of Norfolk Southern power off last night's Union Pacific Expedited Intermodal train Z-AILC-27, which arrived in Los Angeles from Atlanta after dark – with NS’s "Wabash Heritage&q... (more)
NS Wabash Heritage unit #1070 leads this fast moving Z along Hwy 111 on an extremely hot evening along the Yuma Subdivision.
I heard that the NS 1070 Wabash unit was leading NS 225 heading West towards California. With today being an absolute perfect day weather-wise, I drove down to Rankin to try and catch it.
NS train 201 comes south during the golden hour in the Shenandoah Valley with NS 1070 in the lead with Engineer Mike Kiblinger at the controls. This train has had back-to-back heritage leaders. NS... (more)
The Wabash Heritage unit leads an eastbound intermodal train past the cemetery at CP 415. This lash up was no prank on this April Fool's Day.
The Wabash Heritage unit leads an eastbound intermodal train. The signal bridge in the background has since been replaced with the redesign of CP 421.
The Wabash heritage unit leads NS 223 east form Louisville.
Wabash Surprise. In a big surprise, I heard on the scanner that the Wabash was leading NS 191 as it was departing from Columbia, SC today. Here, 191 passes the single-aspect non-ABS search... (more)
NS 18T comes north with the Wabash heritage unit in the lead. The historic Aventine residence in seen in far left hand corner.
With red flags flying, the Wabash unit leads the way to New Jersey.
NS 123 rolls out of Asheville Yard at Biltmore. The train is switching from the yard lead and origin of the W-line (with MP 0 at the crossing) to the S-line to head to Linwood.
NS 123 rolls out of Asheville Yard at Biltmore. The former station is in the foreground. The train is switching from the yard lead and origin of the W-line (with MP 0 at the crossing) to the S-l... (more)