NS #211 kicks up some fresh north Georgia snow
Norfolk Southern Train 211 rolls through the crop fields along the NS B-Line just outside of The Plains, VA on a hot summer day.
No snow days for Norfolk Southern....
Today's cold weather really makes me think about this scene nearly 2 years ago.
A heavy snowfall occurs on the Norfolk Southern B-Line as then symbolled NS... (more)
The New York Central (NS 1066) and Wabash (NS 1070) heritage locomotives paired together on a southbound train.
Two of Norfolk Southern's heritage units bring NS train 211 (Croxton, NJ-Atlanta, GA intermodal) through the village of Delaplane, Virginia eastbound on the NS B-Line... (more)
August in the Cumberland Valley
On a beautiful August afternoon, Norfolk Southern train 13R (Enola, PA-Columbia SC manifest) rolls past a sea of green heading east down the NS Lurgan Branch in Le... (more)
NS and UP GE locomotives approaching Concord Ave.
NS 211 heads west past CP Sully on the Norfolk Southern Lehigh Line. The trailing engines are NS 9958 (C44-9W) and NS 4004 (AC44C6M; rebuilt in August of 2016 from C40-9 NS 8844).
Southbound train 211 passing under the recently repaired and improved Melbourne Road bridge.
Now that we're in the heart of summer, here's something we can chill with...
Norfolk Southern train 211 (Croxton, NJ-Atlanta, GA intermodal) features two dash 9s fresh out of the Croxton freeze... (more)
Signals on Borrowed Time. This pig train heads south toward Charlotte on the old Southern Main underneath some old Southern signals that have managed to survive until now.
A southbound train flying around the curve at Gilbert Station.
A veteran D9-44CW in original NS paint scheme leading southbound train 211 under the cantilever signal bridge at control point Charlottesville.
On a gorgeous May afternoon, Norfolk Southern train 211 (Rutherford, PA-Croxton, NJ intermodal) heads through the village of Delaplane, Virginia nestled in Virginia's Piedmont eastbound on the NS ... (more)
A trio of NS GE locomotives running elephant style. NS 4006 was the first AC44C6M to be painted in the standard black and white "horsehead" scheme. This new view of the interlocking was... (more)