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NS Now has an Erie Lackawanna H Unit

There is an Erie heritage locomotive and a Lackawanna heritage locomotive, but no Erie Lackawanna heritage unit.

That has changed now that Norfolk Southern has repainted SD45-2 No. 98 more words

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Coal Trains Less Common Sight in West Virginia

The once ubiquitous coal train is no longer the common sight in West Virginia that it once was.

The railroad industry has attributed that to a weakening domestic market for coal. 222 more words

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3 Trains, 5 Minutes, Then the Sounds of Cicadas and Traffic on a Summer Afternoon in North East

The buzzing of cicadas and periodic muffled sounds of nearby street traffic hung in the otherwise still mid-afternoon air on a late summer day of sun and clouds in North East, Pennsylvania. 292 more words

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NS Names Another Yard After Retiring Executive

Norfolk Southern is naming another yard after a retiring high-level executive.

A classification and intermodal yard in Memphis, Tennessee, will be named Harris Yard after Executive Vice President Planning and Chief Information Officer Deborah Harris Butler, who is retiring Oct. 263 more words

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Railroads Warned About Clandestine Tracking

The Association of American Railroads has sent out an alert to its members to be on the lookout for clandestine freight car tracking devices along their tracks. 417 more words

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NS Announces Additional Management Changes

Norfolk Southern President and CEO James A. Squires will become chairman of the board effective Oct. 1.

Squires will replace Charles W. “Wick” Moorman, who announced earlier this week that he would step down as chairman on that date and retire from NS at the end of the year. 309 more words

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Moorman to Step Down as NS Chair on Oct. 1

Norfolk Southern announced on Tuesday that Charles W. “Wick” Moorman will step down as executive chairman of the board of directors on Oct. 1 and retire as an NS employee on Dec. 138 more words

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