The latest GP38-2 to be converted from a high hood to a short nose Admiral cab sits on a Summer evening to the rear of the JBS shops in Altoona.
In what looks to be a scene from rural western Virginia is actually two NS locals meeting in the Appalachians of western New Jersey. With the Pohatcong Mountains rising up behind them crews of NS ... (more)
NS Heritage consist - Pair of high nose GP38-2's pull hoppers from Norfolk & Western as well as Southern in yard transfer H5A consist wb along the ex PRR high line.
Returning light from Washington NJ, the local is about to enter the main line and continue it’s run to Allentown. This crew spent the day working the large BASF plant in Washington and is looking ... (more)
Bethlehem was busy on Patriot Day. There are actually four trains visible here. From right to left, local H74 waits in the clear in the River Yard while assembling a large block of cars for Alle... (more)
Pair of high hood GP38-2's leads NS yard transfer run H5A across the ex Pennsy high line.
H75 enters the Cement Secondary with a couple of ex-Southern high hood GP38-2's as power on a very warm July morning.
NS yard transfer run H5A rolls eastbound along the high line toward "ZOO" behind solo EMD high hood running long hood forward on a sunny morning.
Southbound for Shamokin Dam Power Plant.
Frost and fog shroud two of Norfolk Southern's high-noses, GP38-2 and GP50.
NS local train H47 out of Reading, PA heads east to Emmaus, PA, before reversing back to its origin. The rural attributes of Berks County are quite evident in this winter scene.