The 1218 has come up from Bellevue to Fremont on Memorial Day weekend, 1990.
The gate is down for the NW 1218 doubleheading with the 611 from Lynchburg, VA to Salisbury, NC for the 1989 NRHS convention.
NW 611 and 1218 doubleheading up the Blue Ridge grade after the 1987 National Railway Historical Society convention. (From a Kodachrome 200 slide)
Norfolk & Western SD45 1724 with Hi-short hood.
Norfolk & Western GE U30B 8492 with two SD40-2s at Roanoke, Virginia on March 29, 1977. Roster of N&W U30Bs (1930-1964, 8365-8514)
Norfolk & Western GP30 541; N&W roster (522-565). Only Norfolk & Western and Southern ordered GP30s with high short hoods, but unlike Southern, N&W specified the short hood as rear.
Lightning in the Air! As periodic lightning flashes in the distance illuminate the sky, the N&W 611 rests at the depot at the N.C. Transportation Museum while some actors serve to provide ... (more)
Norfolk & Western GP30 2900, ex/NKP 900.
N&W 611 approaches Winchester, OH with an excursion train in September of 1994. The train is on the NW/NS Peavine line heading to Portsmouth. Although this shot is still possible, much of the line... (more)
N&W 4-8-0 382 looks a bit out of place among the overheard catenary poles of the former Pennsylvania Railroad. The 1906 built engine, which is in reality Strasburg 475, and its accompany mixed tra... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's 4-8-0 475 masquerades as sister engine 382 as it storms though Cherry Hill about half way between Paradise and Strasburg with a mixed freight.
The caboose on an eastbound passes a westbound train at the division point of Moberly, MO.
Norfolk & Western SD35 1574 stands by the servicing facilities in Portsmouth, Ohio. Most second generation high hoods represented a small minority of the total production of their model, but N&W a... (more)
Strasburg Railroad's former Norfolk & Western 4-8-0 4755 masquerades as a sister unit, N&W 382 as it rolls through the golden afternoon light at the Esbenshade Grade Crossing outside Strasburg.
The N&W 611 shows off on the grounds of the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.