NS 123 winds through the rolling farmlands of North Carolina's foothills with the Wabash heritage unit in charge.
The Wabash heritage unit heads up NS 51D, seen here rolling westbound past a barn at control point Kumis on the NS Whitethorne District. This is a rare shot since about the only train that goes we... (more)
Blue hour has finally set in on this dreary April day, as the Wabash heritage unit guides NS 123 across the Catawba River.
Northbound empty NS 55E (Albany,GA/GFRR-Marion,IN) is coming around the curve up on the main 2 track on the outskirts of Cohutta,GA on the NS Atlanta North-End. Norfolk Southern's Wabash Heritage ... (more)
NS 191 crawls down 6th Street in Augusta Gerogia as he crosses the intersection of 6th Street and Telfair Street. Leading the train was the Wabash Heritage (NS 1070).
"That thing got a Hemi?" Two high horse powered machines briefly meet as NS 191 rolls 6th Street in downtown Augusta with a parked Dodge Challenger R/T staring the train down.
Norfolk Southern's Wabash Heritage SD70ACe Locomotive #1070, leads Train 220 through Anniston, AL as they head east to Atlanta, GA.
Heading underneath the Hill-to-Hill bridge is eastbound intermodal train 294, with NS 1070 leading. This locomotive is one of Norfolk Southern's 20 Heritage Units, supporting the Wabash paint sche... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Wabash Heritage SD70ACe Locomotive #1070, leads Train 220 through Riverside, AL as they head east to Atlanta, GA.
Norfolk Southern's Wabash Heritage SD70ACe Locomotive #1070, leads Train 220 east to Atlanta, GA as they pass through Lovick, AL.
NS 1070 EMD SD70ACe leads NS 220 Eastbound through Lovick, Al.
NS 1070 EMD SD70ACe leads NS 220 Eastbound through Irondale, Al after a crew change. This Eastbound intermodal originates in Dallas, Tx and terminates in Atlanta.
69R trundles through Bassett Virginia in the evening sun.
The Wabash high balling the 69R through Koehler Virginia.
The Wabash heritage unit charges through Koehler with a load of empty hoppers headed back to Roanoke and eventually the Pennsylvania coal mines.