24M with the Wabash heritage unit leading is at O'Donnell St on the President Branch as he prepares to shove his train into the intermodal terminal at Lombard St.
A oddball visitor to Joliet, NS's Wabash heritage unit, switches around the south yard.
A cool summer morning finds eastbound 16N charging through the village of Pettisville with the Wabash unit up front. This will likely be the final summer before these NYC signals are removed.
The AGS North has been a hotbed of NS heritage activity lately. Here we see the Wabash unit leading coal loads south.
NS train 134 crosses the Yadkin River near Spencer, NC, led by the Wabash heritage unit, SD70ACe #1070. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information, visit more)
On a perfect fall day the Wabash heritage unit is in the lead of NS 819 heading back to Bluefield, Wv.
Its early Sunday morning and 24M has just come down the NEC. Now it's time to put it's train away in the Lombard Street Yard in east Baltimore.
Yet again, the Wabash unit makes an appearance in the KC area... This time it led the Lincoln to Kansas City manifest, seen passing the old depot in beautiful Weston, Missouri.
A Wabash painted SD70ACe briefly disrupts the small river community of Parkville on a beautiful -and stormy, Spring afternoon.
The Argentine to Omaha manifest works its way through the famous West Bottoms, with NS's Wabash heritage unit leading the charge.
The Wabash heritage unit eases down the hill into the Kansas River valley while running on an approach indication following an eastbound Q train into Argentine Yard.
It seems like a quarter of the NS heritage fleet is on the BNSF system these days thanks to runthrough oil trains to/from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota but occasionally one wanders off and... (more)
As the conductor throws the switch, the engineer prepares to shove back into the yard. The Wabash heritage unit and BNSF ACe will ultimately wind up leading L528 out the north end to Eola.
The Wabash pulls foward for head room before heading north with a local train for Eola. You can see several CN and BNSF units in this shot.
The Wabash heritage unit pays Joliet a visit as it moves around the South yard.