Norfolk Southern MP15DC #2369, Southern Railway GP50 #7039 and Southern Radio Control car #905947. Norfolk Southern MP15DC #2369 was built July 1977 as Southern Railway #2369. After leaving NS ro... (more)
Remote controlled The always fun to capture NS 6190 remote controlled hump engine set makes an appearance at the entrance to the receiving yard where it will couple onto a train that needs... (more)
With a switch lined for its movement, the Norris yard hump engine set starts rolling away and begins to enter one of the 12 receiving tracks for the next train awaiting classification this day. <... (more)
Southern Railway GP50 #7007 was built September 1980 and later became Norfolk Southern #7007
Southern Railway MP15 #2366 was built July 1977 and later became Norfolk Southern #2366
Southern Railway MP15 #2368, with its stacks covered for temporary storage, outside the Norris Yard Steam Shop. Southern Railway MP15 #2368 was built July 1977 and later became Norfolk Southern #... (more)
Southern Railway SW7 #1120, leading the dead line of sister SW7's with bells removed and stacks covered, at Norris Yard. Southern Railway SW7 #1120 was built January 1950 and delivered as #6509, ... (more)
The early morning sun makes even this battle scarred veteran shine as it leads a NS local job out of Norris Yard. With the heavy cloud cover it looked as if this would be the only sun all day, tha... (more)
NS's newest Progress Rail "CAT" engine, 4002, with a new design wide cab. Photo copyright Norfolk Southern Corporation.
Southern Belles NS 339 begins its departure of Norris Yard with a KCS 70MAC fresh from the paint shop in the current Southern Belle scheme, while on the right is the DPU power for 339's ea... (more)
The Norfolk Southern Geometry Train (NS 34 & NS 33) is tied down at Norris Yard for the weekend
An SW1500 and MP15DC go about their work on this rainy day at Norris Yard. The hump tower can be seen straight ahea... (more)
The hump engines begin to shove another cut up the hump while A26 on the left starts to rearrange cars as well.
After reaching the south entrance to the receiving yard, this SD40-2 and slug, with party light turned on, will couple up to a cut of cars and push them over the hump to be sorted. NS 21R starts ... (more)
Just another day in paradise as a yard job goes about its business in Norris Yard. Thanks to the Southern Railway Historical Association and NS for allowing us to tour their yard.