NS 911 which is the “Honoring First Responders” Norfolk Southern EMD SD60E is seen leading a train South on the NS Bloomington District. This is train D36 which operates from NS Good Yard in Bloom... (more)
The Ugly Ducklings: The cabs of the rebuilt SD60E engines are to some, a face only a mother could love. Behind the leader is NS 9727 (C44-9W) and NS 7030 (SD60E). The signal to the right is... (more)
NS 911 & 3 NS SD40-2’s (2 of 3 being N&W origin) is seen here leading D36 on May 11, 2020 into the passing siding in Lodge, IL. This is where they would tie down the train and leave two of the SD4... (more)
A solo SD60E leads 9 retired SD70s to their final resting place.
The always colorful NS 22V passes some track work materials in Manville, NJ. NS 9006 (C44-9W) is the second unit. NS 9006 was rebuilt into NS 4218 (AC44C6M) in September of 2019.
Southbound manifest train 351 heads through Jamestown, NC on a sunny April 9, 2020.
Having just coupled to a cut of cars, the front half of manifest train 351 prepares to reverse on main track 1 to the rest of their train before heading south from High Point, NC on a mostly sunny... (more)
A solo SD60E does the honors on one of the few remaining Roadrailers as it travels along the Mississippi River.
Eastbound stack train on the NS Lehigh Line. UP 5272 is the second unit.
The purple of Wisteria adds color to an already vibrant scene as NS' Honoring First Responders locomotive leads Cedartown to Carrollton turn G01.
NS 24R is seen at CP Henderson as it makes it's final approach to Atlanta with nothing but clean, empty AOK container cars behind NS 911, their Honoring First Responders Unit.
When I got word that NS 24R had just left Macon & was heading up the Atlanta South with the 911 engine running solo, I figured it was a good enough excuse to venture south of Atlanta to get it, es... (more)
Shortly after picking up some cars at the yard in High Point, NC, a pair of SD60Es lead manifest train 351 south through the signals at milepost 301.4 on a sunny April 4, 2020.
A SD60E on point of 745 in Downtown Appalachia on a warm summer morning.
A friend visiting from Houston convinced me to go after a baretable intermodal en-route from Macon, GA-Rossville, TN with 93 wells of AOK 53's, pulled out of storage on the GSWR.