NS 955 heads east through Cove, PA with the NS business train in tow behind those glorious F units.
NS 4271, 4276 and 4275 are sitting at the shops, awaiting their next call to duty.
*Executive Display* Norfolk Southern and BNSF office car trains rest in Augusta, GA during the week of the PGA Masters Tournament. These business trains visit the Masters nearly every year to prov... (more)
The Norfolk Southern Office Car Special slows to a stop behind its trio of F units on a warm early fall morning.
While trailing locomotives are usually of little interest, this unique scenario was noteworthy. After experiencing brake issues on the way to Savannah, an OCS with a trio of F9s and five cars was ... (more)
Three F-units and five resplendent passenger cars cross into Georgia on their way to Atlanta. Unfortunately, brake issues would hamper this train's progress to Savannah, and they would limp back t... (more)
Norfolk Southern's classic 1950s streamliners lead a deadhead office car special through upstate South Carolina on their way to Savannah, Georgia on a beautiful early fall morning.
The NS office car special rounds the curve at "Grinnell" on Main 1 with part of the downtown Atlanta skyline towering in the distance.
NS OCS rolls south past the former Southern Railway depot in downtown Winnsboro.
After a heavy downpour, NS 955, the NS OCS, cruises past Olmsted Falls, OH just after a quick crew change going about 50 mph. NS 955 is bound for Bellevue, OH and is going to get there via Sandusk... (more)
NS 951 makes quick time through the cut at Kings Mountain with the 4 F units and 14 business cars.
The NS OCS picks up speed after passing through downtown Hamilton, OH on CSX trackage.
Executive Fs looking more in character with a freight train ready to head west make a fine sight in one of the most photographed re-creations.
Flying into Mentone is NS 4271 and train with CEO Jim Squires, headed for Cincinnati.
With the train master and conductor waving for the 2 people on the bridge, the NS show ponies give it their all as they lug a train full of executives upgrade and pass the iconic tunnel at Kings M... (more)