Only a few days into my first semester in college, I bustled over to Decatur after class to meet up with a friend of mine. Norfolk Southern's OCS train was enroute to Decatur, heading back east to... (more)
A Different Era: Sadly, these beautifully restored engines that proudly once pulled the NS Office Car Special for over a decade are no longer on the roster. In March of 2019, NS 4270 was re... (more)
Perspective is good. Norfolk Southern Corp Train 955 is catching the last light as is rolls through Shippensburg, PA on the evening of August 20, 2019. The large silos of Wenger Feeds by Possum Ho... (more)
On the cold Feburary morning the Norfolk Southern's Executive train NS 955 is coasting across the Tennessee River at Tenbridge as the short train come into town, and head to the crew change point ... (more)
The Norfolk Southern Executive Train makes its way across the western leg of Horseshoe Curve behind the four F-Units that were the standard power on the train. Unknown at the time, this deadhead m... (more)
NS 955 thunders south by Sumner Siding enroute to Atlanta, GA.
Norfolk Southern's heritage unit boasting the paint scheme of the old Southern Railway leads a line of executive cars towards Altoona, PA. The train left Altoona headed south on Tuesday destined ... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Southern Heritage ES44AC leads a deadheading Office Car Special west at Thompsontown on a beautiful late summer afternoon.
The Southern Heritage unit leads Norfolk Southern's office car special through Salisbury for the first time without the F-units to Atlanta, Ga.
Norfolk Southern's OCS, sans the typical quartet of F-units, swings around the curve near the MP-611 on a northbound inspection run. The train is lead by a recently cleaned Southern heritage unit,... (more)
N&W Class J No. 611 on the hidden bridge at Shocks Mill
NS 270 EMD F7 throttles up with its 3 other EMD F7 mates shortly after sunset pulling an eastbound OCS train 6 miles east of Logansport, IN.
NS 955 Office Car Special slows through Downtown Altoona on it's way back from a visit to the Midwest US.