NS 229 with the Wabash Heritage getting through the truss bridge over the CSX LCL "Shortline"
After stopping to work the intermodal yard at Austell, the Chicago bound stack train motors North with the Wabash heritage unit proudly out front.
NS Employee Appreciation Special ran trips from Berkeley Yard to St. Peters, MO.
Wabash-painted SD70ACe 1070 leads Ayer to Chicago stack train 23K by the signal at GB. This was once the NKP/PRR crossing of the Erie, now Norfolk Southern crosses the Buffalo Southern.
Two heritage units in one morning! The Wabash heritage unit brings NS 25T through Latrobe, PA on the first day of October.
195 passes under the old US 52/119 bridge at Millers Creek, headed Westbound on the Kenova District with the Wabash Heritage Unit on point.
In the late afternoon, eastbound Norfolk Southern train 234 pulls into Portlock yard with the Wabash heritage on point.
The Wabash heritage unit leads the 23K west through Fitchburg. It was hard to find a spot this day where one of the plethora of rude Massachusetts railfans didn't pop up into your shot.
The Wabash heritage unit, NS 1070, rolls under the PPL signal bridge at CP-LEETS in Leetsdale, PA on loaded coal train, #572.
In the light of blue hour on a gloomy spring evening, the Wabash heritage unit brings NS 123 over the Catawba River on the S-Line as it makes its way toward Linwood, NC.
Going slower than normal due to a sun kink in a curve, Norfolk Southern train V07 slowly passes through Chesapeake, VA after coming from the port in Portsmouth, VA.
Norfolk Southern train V07 creeps along the Commonwealth Railway in Suffolk, VA as it heads back to Portlock yard in Norfolk. Local favorite, Engineer Vinney King, is at the controls.
NS V07 sits tied down at the Commonwealth Railway yard office waiting for Norfolk Southern crews to take the train back to Norfolk.
123 passes through the signal bridge at the S144 as it arrives into Asheville.
The Wabash heritage unit makes a 25 MPH dash towards Linwood, North Carolina while leading manifest 123 on the S-Line.