The "Show Ponies" lead NS 956 past the old SOU Seneca depot as they head northbound, back home to Altoona.
NS OCS train 956 storms through downtown Gainesville, Ga. during it's journey back to Altoona.
Rio Grande's last remaining F9A awaits a crew change and departure from Helper, Utah on June 5, 1975.
Classic stainless steel Budd passenger cars await departure on the Rio Grande Zephyr at Helper, Utah. Oct. 1975
After stopping to inspect a sticking brake I saw earlier, NS deadhead OCS move 956 accelerates southward at Chicopee for the final leg of its trip into Atlanta, where it will arrive 13 hours behin... (more)
An Office Car Special deadhead move flies southbound underneath the Southern Railway cantilever at Cornelia. The train was finally cut loose after waiting an hour for the Loram Rail Grinder to cle... (more)
A five car OCS move from Altoona to Atlanta quickly gets back underway at Chicopee after stopping to check a sticking brake. The executive units, in their Southern Railway-inspired "Tuxedo&qu... (more)
Pacing the Rio Grande Zephyr along Highway 6, as the fireman peers into the rising Utah sun.
Extra 7005A-West, with four F-9's (A-A-B-A) between Livingston and Muir, Montana September 2, 1960. Photographer Ken Crist. Slide taken from my collection.
In town for the Kentucky Derby and split in two to fit on the stub tracks at Norfolk Southern's Louisville Terminal, the OCS waits for the biggest two minutes in sports and an eventual return trip... (more)
NS Office Train returns north from the Masters. Gainesville Depot is in the background as the train approaches the US129 Bridge
Welcome to the Juniata Shops, home of Norfolk Southern's premier engine facility. Also the home of the Norfolk Southern OCS. The Juniata Shops are currently tasked with several capital rebuild pro... (more)
A pair of F9's and F3's pull a reefer train over Sherman Hill.
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