Moving to the next assignment. Norfolk Southern 974 was the symbol for the OAR (Operation Awareness & Response) Train with 5642 (GP38-2, Training First Responders) and its eight cars moving from i... (more)
Using trackage rights to return to home rails, the Norfolk Southern Operations, Awareness & Response Safety Train heads north across the North Fork of the Holston River just outside of Kingsport. ... (more)
Using CSX trackage rights for Carter Yard in Downtown Kingsport, The First Responder's train sets on the far left siding surrounded by various freight cars.
Dark rain clouds threaten the crew as they spin the Norfolk Southern First Responder's Training locomotive on the turntable at Spencer, NC to get it put away before the next rain deluge.
After attending Norfolk Sothern's Operation Awareness and Response Training for First Responders, I took the opportunity to try a night shot of the nicely lit and painted 5642.
The NS Training First Responders unit leads a transfer run to Linwood yard crossing the Yadkin River at Spencer NC
The NS Training First Responders unit laying over in New London NC on the Yadkin Local.
Passing the historic Winnsboro Depot: With First Responder training coming up in Columbia next week, the OAR train was on the move today. It made a nice daylight run down the northern ... (more)
The NS OAR Safety train departs Shenandoah and heads to Harrisonburg, VA and CW trackage on a beautiful Sunday morning.
The NS OAR Safety train heads to Harrisonburg, VA on CW trackage on a beautiful Sunday morning.
The NS Safety Train has made its way to Chesapeake Western's yard in Harrisonburg for a week of classes and hands on training for the city's fire and rescue personnel. It has only been in town sev... (more)
NS 5642 with it's first train, stopped on Sherman's Creek Bridge in Duncannon for Official Photos
The NS Fire Saftey Train rests in the Old Spencer Yard behind the NCTM just outside of Salisbury, NC.
The Norfolk Southern Fire safety train sits in the old Spencer yard just outside of the North Carolina Transportation Museum.