A westbound trash unit train on the Norfolk Southern Lehigh Line. NS 4068 (AC44C6M; rebuilt from C40-9 NS 8832) is the second unit.
For the portion of the Conrail Lehigh Line that New Jersey Transit's Raritan Valley Line operates on, freights are more commonly seen occupying on Track #2 for dispatching purposes. Nonetheless, w... (more)
The leader of NS 63V here was rebuilt from a former UP SD90MAC by Norfolk Southern in 2017 (ex-UP 3500/ex-UP 8028). After 2 years of service, while still on the active roster, the unit is presentl... (more)
Norfolk Southern's "Pennsylvania" heritage unit is proudly hauling garbage out of New Jersey. The second unit is NS 1044.
Big Viaduct, version two that is, supports the NS Pittsburgh Line and 63V heading west between South Fork and Mineral Point PA. The original Big Viaduct was destroyed when the South Fork Dam had ... (more)
A pair of SD40E helpers are on the head end of loaded trash train 63V as it descends the West Slope grade of the Alleghenies in Lilly, Pennsylvania. PRR position light signals stood guard here for... (more)
A unit garbage train passes under the classic PRR signals at Georges Station on the Norfolk Southern Pittsburgh Line during the final weeks of operation for these signals.
Loaded NS trash train 63V passes under the MP 318 signals in Geroges Station PA, in the last few minutes of light on a cool July evening. These classic PRR signals are now removed; as crews work W... (more)
The Illinois Terminal Heritage leads fresh New York trash into Steubenville, bound for Apex Landfill on the Ohio Central.
Norfolk Southern Train 63V flies down the grade at the Lilly PA, with a train of garbage. This classic PRR position light signal bridge will soon be replaced, along with all the other remaining vi... (more)
NS 6322 leads a trash train up snow covered horseshoe curve amid a light snowfall
Norfolk Southern trash train 63V lights up the classic Pennsylvania Railroad position light signals at 211 on the NS Pittsburgh Line.
NS 63V lights up MG Interlocking along with the 1944 year built Tower as it roars up the mountain with a helper on the front.
NS 63V runs Main 1 west through Horningford, with a unique leader recently equipped with PTC.