Norfolk Southern special move to Strasburg, Pennsylvania.
Last Masters. On their last time leading the OCS to the Masters at Augusta, the NS F-Units run south down the Southern's R-Line just past the small town of Johnston, SC.
Not only the signals are endangered, but the F Units too? Rumors are swirling!
NS OCS glides through the interlocking at CP Bright enroute to Kansas City
The Memory RemainsThe NS OCS climbs west through Horseshoe Curve, passing the remains of the second derailment on the curve for July. Thankfully, it seems NS learned their lesson an... (more)
The Wrap-aroundThe NS Office Car Special pulls west out of Altoona, wrapping around Horseshoe Curve a bit after 11 am.
Ponies and PatriotismThe NS Office Car Special descends the Horseshoe Curve just after 10 am on a damp summer morning.
NS 956, the empty Norfolk Southern OCS back to Altoona, Pa, screams northbound through Athens, Tennessee, in perfect late afternoon light. There's hardly any places on the NS Knoxville west end th... (more)
The Norfolk Southern business train, complete with A-B-B-A covered wagons, rolls east through South Bend, Indiana after an 06:00 departure out of Ashland Avenue Yard in Chicago.
NS 956 eases across a muddy and swollen Susquehanna River on a June morning. The Rockville Bridge is one of the largest stone arch railroad bridges in the world and was built by the Pennsylvania R... (more)
Heading north up the NS Buffalo Line, NS 956 charges toward their destination of Northumberland, PA.
With NS 4270 in charge, the NS OCS roars through Tipton, PA and on to points east with several shiny business cars in tow.
NS 956 heads east through Ardenheim, PA on the NS Pittsburgh Line with the NS business train in tow.
On a foggy morning the Norfolk Southern Office Car Special makes its way west along the famous Horseshoe Curve. The power would wye on the loop at Gallitzin. The train would end up holding in Alt... (more)
Norfolk Southern's newly-renumbered F units dash across Sherman Creek as some fishermen look on, unfazed by the beasts.