Norfolk Southern GP38-2 #5139, leading a Mobile (AL) train, departs Norris Yard. #5139 was built October 1974 as Southern Railway #5139
Norfolk Southern GP38-2 #5622, serving as power for NS Geometry train, tied down in Norris Yard. #5622 was rebuilt from Norfolk & Western GP38AC #4130, orginally contsructed June 1971 and rebuilt... (more)
Rooftop view of EMDX SD70ACe-T4 #7213 at Norris Yard in Irondale (Birmingham), AL.
Ridden hard and put away wet: This former N&W SD40-2 is looking worse for wear after a long career, including at least a decade of hump service, primarily here at Norfolk Southern's Norris Yard. P... (more)
Foreign power is setup to lead today’s NS 345 train as the locos begin to head back to the departure yard where their train bound for UP’s Livonia terminal awaits. Meanwhile AB07, whose nose door... (more)
In May 1993 the Southern Railway Historical Association was granted a tour of the NS Norris Yard in Birmingham and I found this relic of the steam era still standing tall.
NS 345 departs Norris Yard and heads West with NS 8337 in the lead.
Norfolk Southern's "GoRail" and "Honoring Our Veterans" units pose side by side for a portrait before being put together as power for train 336 at Norris Yard’s diesel shop in ... (more)
I guess you could call this a "Soo-Line"?! Twenty ex- SOO SD60's are stored at the old piggyback ramp at NS's Norris Yard in Irondale.
UP's CNW heritage unit sits in the engine terminal at NS's Norris Yard in Irondale (Birmingham), AL.
Southern Railway B30-7A #3505, one of 22 of the model that was off the Norfolk Southern roster by 2001. #3505 was built April 1982 and later became Norfolk Southern #3505
Southern Railway MP15 #2383 was built October 1979 and later became Norfolk Southern #2383
Southern Railway GP35 (sub-lettered for Central of Georgia) #214 was built December 1963 and became Norfolk Southern #244
There's a lot of work left to do, but Southern's steam crew will have Reading 2101 ready to lead the AFT in just a few weeks.