All Dressed Up……
When I last photographed Norfolk & Western RSD12 258, I did not expect to see it again, and ... (more)
Last and First
The highest- and lowest-numbered of Norfolk & Western’s, as well as Nickel Plate’s, nine RSD12’s work out their final years at N&W’s coal docks at Lambert’s Point, V... (more)
While Norfolk & Western’s RSD12’s often operated in pairs at Lambert’s Point, sometimes one would get paired with something else. In this case, a close approximation of a second RSD12 came in the ... (more)
Lambert’s Point, Virginia, became to primary home of Norfolk & Western’s nine ex-Nickel Plate RSD 12’s after they were withdrawn from road service. In addition to the nine Alco’s, NKP also added e... (more)
Norfolk & Western T6 36 lets out a snort as it puts its shoulder into a cut of empty hoppers at Lamberts Point, Virginia. I always thought that the T6 sounded more like an overgrown farm tractor t... (more)
A couple of well-travelled RSD12’s work out their last days feeding the coal dumpers at Norfolk & Western’s Lambert’s Point yard. N&W 251 and 252 began life as Nickel Plate Road 326 and 327, respe... (more)
Norfolk & Western used their T6 fleet in yard service across the system. Here one of them switches the yard in Lambert's Point.
An ex NKP RS-3 sports its N&W paint at Lambert's Point, summer 1972
Former VGN H16-44 now sporting N&W colors works at Lambert's Point, VA during the summer of 1972.