The NS Virginian Heritage Unit leads NS 18N east to Doremus Avenue in Newark, NJ. Behind the leader is NS 9715 (C44-9W).
Dirty EMD: NS 18N is running earlier today as it scurries east down on the Norfolk Southern Lehigh Line. Behind the leader is NS 9788 (C44-9W). Call me biased, but I feel a dirty EMD locomo... (more)
Remnants of the former Pennsylvania RR Altoona Car Shops still stand guard as 18N arrives into Rose Yard. As of this writing 18N carries blocks for Altoona, Allentown, and Oak Island.
Yet another heritage unit approaches Prospect Ave in Piscataway for a crowd of adoring fans. The Jersey Central unit was leading a short 18N east on the Lehigh Line.
NS Bellevue to Doremus Avenue multilevel train 18N rolls through Phillipsburg, N.J. The Central Railroad of New Jersey heritage locomotive is leading the train, as it passes the former CNJ PU Towe... (more)
NS Bellevue to Doramus Avenue multilevel train 18N rolls across the South Branch of the Raritan River in Neshanic Station, N.J. The Central Railroad of New Jersey heritage locomotive leads the tra... (more)
NS 18N scurries east on the Norfolk Southern Lehigh Line on New Years Day, 2018. The second and third units are C44-9W engines 9656 and 9150.
An off-schedule NS 18N with two C44-9W as power basks in the sunlight as it nears its terminus point: Doremus Avenue Terminal in Newark, NJ. NS 9773 is the second unit.
NS 1800, the first of the SD70s to be rebuilt into a SD70ACC, leads 18N up the West Slope through Cresson.
Mixed manifest/autorack train climbs the eastbound grade of the Pittsburgh Line.
Passing under the classic PRR signal bridge in town, NS 18N heads east with a long autorack train in tow for New Jersey.
A late winter wet snowfall coated and highlighted the tree branches to create a scenic backdrop as eastbound 18N rolls through Wegley.
In a long exposure, NS 18N, a loaded autorack train, passes under the PRR signals in Summerhill, PA.
NS 18N blasts the classic Pennsy signal bridge at Ardara, Pa. with exhaust as it charges on its eastward journey.