NS 9345 South, an intermodal train headed down the CNO&TP, makes its way through Gest St. Yard toward the Ohio River and the Cincinnati Southern Bridge.
A coal train exits Kentucky via Hatfield Tunnels and across the Tug River back into West Virginia.
NS Track Geometry Train - NS 9345 moving east through Manville with research cars 34 and I believe 33 in tow.
NS Geometry Train led by #9345 heads east through the open fields of Columbiana County, Ohio on a warm Fall day.
NS intermodal train 216 is northbound near Georgetown, KY as it passes through a relaxing Central Kentucky farm scene on its trek to Cincinnati and eventually Chicago.
Norfolk Southern 345 headed south on the Sandusky District
After catching 17M with 8 units, NS 185 came along right behind it with 7. Most were off line though.
In this elevated perspective, we see a westbound NS mixed bag starting down the OC Ramps and heading towards Conway.
A pair of NS Dash 9's lead a lengthy drag freight down the OC Ramps, coming off the Mon Line to take the Fort Wayne Line into Conway Yard.
NS 218 rounds the curve and passes the NW CPL and prepares to pound the diamond, as it continues east on the Sandusky District.
The code line and Elevator mark this rural shot along the ex-NKP near Townwood as coal train 856 heads West into the evening sun.
NS 73A squeezes out of the exit of the man made and much smaller of the two tunnels at Natural Tunnel State Park with empties enroute to Andover, VA.
Just out of the NS Yuma Yard, NS 73A is headed to Andover, Va.
Looking at this view up The Allegheny River you can see how Pittsburgh got its nickname, "The City of Bridges". Note, the westbound intermodal crossing NS's Fort Wayne Line Bridge.