Norfolk Southern Local Freight Train A84 makes their way Southbound back to Wilton, AL. After working Precision Strip Steel Mill in Talladega, AL. as they pass through Roberta, AL. A84 can be seen... (more)
Back to work A former Burlington Northern SD40-2 displays an acceptable form of tagging on its cab and number boards as it earns its keep and desperately waits for a trip to the paint boot... (more)
Identity Crisis A former Penn Central covered hopper now with Conrail lettering but under Norfolk Southern ownership sits in the Roberta yard as it waits for another load of lime from a ne... (more)
Penn Central The worm logo, as it came to be called by observers, made its debut on Feb. 1 1968 with the creation of Penn Central Transportation Company. Ten years in the making, this merg... (more)
A veteran SD40-2 of Norfolk Western heritage brings the local A84 through the Roberta Yard and back towards Wilton running as God intended, long hood forward.
One unit is all that is needed to set empty hoppers into the Chemical Line spur.