In its first visit to Wabash rails, NS 1070, the Wabash heritage unit, leads 099 east through St. Charles.
Follow the Blue Flag. A little blue for the blue machine. Wabash heritage unit 1070 takes a well deserved rest watched only by the small gaggle of photographers taking aim with cameras. NS'... (more)
NS 1070 takes the lead as the second excursion of the day makes its way back toward Berkeley Yard.
NS's Wabash and Illinois Terminal (NS 1072) heritage units lead NKP 765 and an employee special off of the Missouri River Bridge in Earth City, MO. The Wabash looks right at home on this structur... (more)
NS's Wabash and Illinois Terminal locomotives sit on one end of the train, while the NKP steam engine sits at the other end, in preparation for Saturday and Sunday employee excursions.
As the office car train rolls east, the Wabash heritage unit leads train 590 across the OC Bridge in Pittsburgh. For more information, visit more)
With a fresh crew on board, the Bluebird waits to head south into Shire Oaks with an empty coal train.
1070 has just pulled down to Peters Creek where it will be tied down and await a new crew.
Bluebird on the bridge, NS 1070 rolls across the OC bridge and heads for the mines of the Mon valley.
NS 561 snakes through Homestead with the Bluebird leading.
The sun popped out, and the fog started to lift just as this empty Shelocta hopper train arrived.
561 slows for a stop at Peter Creek where it will be tied down till a new crew comes on duty.
As the afternoon sun is setting fast, so is the NS 1070 which heads westbound into the setting sun on it's way to Shire Oaks with the Empty hopper train, NS 567
WABASH heritage stretches her legs through the fields of the onld PRR Middle Division westbound towards Altoona and eventually Shire Oak on it's return trip to the mines.
WABASH heritage hustles westbound toward Shire Oak on it's return trip to the mines. NS 1070 leads 8108 in the afternoon sun which it is racing against.