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Ed's Trip to Pennsylvania (Part 3)

Sunday morning found us back in downtown Altoona, Pennsylvania, to get a few more images of Norfolk Southern and Amtrak’s Pennsylvanian as they passed Alto Tower. 41 more words

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NS, CSX Donate to Hurricane Relief Funds

CSX said it was able to quickly restore rail service in the wake of Hurricane Irma, which struck Florida on Sept. 10.

The carrier said in a news release that despite devastating winds and flooding, CSX re-established rail service in most of the Southeast United States within hours, into and out of northern Florida within 24 hours, and throughout the vast majority of the state within a week. 217 more words

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Ed's Trip to Pennsylvania (Part 1)

I didn’t do any chasing of Nickel Plate Road No. 765 this past weekend since I already had planned a trip to Altoona, Pennsylvania, with my friend Larry Luther. 147 more words

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First responders train for railway incidents

IRONDALE, Ala. (WIAT) — First responders in the Birmingham area received training for railway incident response in Irondale through Norfolk Southern’s Operation Awareness and Response program. 320 more words

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NS Resumes Service in Southeast

Norfolk Southern said on Thursday that it has restored service on mainline track throughout Georgia and Florida.

However,  the railroad said that in the wake of damage inflicted by Hurricane Irma last weekend it continues to “meter in traffic” to Savannah and Brunswick, George.; Jacksonville, Florida.; and the surrounding areas. 91 more words

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NKP 765 Ferry Move

Nickel Plate Road 2-8-4 No. 765 made a road trip on Tuesday, traveling on Norfolk Southern rails from its home in New Haven, Indiana, to Cleveland in preparation for two weeks of excursions on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad. 130 more words

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NKP 765 Ferry Move: 2

Akron Railroad Club member Todd Dillon also went out to photograph the ferry move of Nickel Plate Road No. 765 after it reached Northeast Ohio. Here are three of his photographs. 56 more words

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