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NS 1065 in Conneaut, Perry . . .

Akron Railroad Club Treasurer Ed Ribinskas along with President Craig Sanders ventured to Conneaut on Saturday to catch some Bessemer & Lake Erie action. While there, a local railfan gave them a heads up that the Savannah and Atlanta heritage locomotive of Norfolk Southern was leading a westbound auto rack train. 116 more words

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F Tower Handles Last Train in Fostoria

Control of the interlocking in Fostoria was transferred on Monday morning from F Tower to the CSX IP dispatcher.

The F tower operator lined the signals for the final time just before 9 a.m. 215 more words

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NS to Make Juniata Shop More Energy Efficient

Norfolk Southern announced that it has begun a $53 million energy conversion project at its Juniata Locomotive Shop in Altoona, Pa., that will seek to cut carbon emissions and water usage at the 70-acre facility. 179 more words

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C27 Leaving Orrville on a Sunny Afternoon

I stopped trackside in Orrville on my way to supper. The Norfolk Southern C27 local was leaving the Orrville Secondary (former CA&C) after switching Smuckers. It looked nice in the afternoon sun. 23 more words

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NS Annual Report Cites Record Performances

Norfolk Southern touted earning “record-setting net income, revenues, operating income, earnings per share, and operating ratio” in its 2014 annual report.

“2014 was an outstanding year,” wrote CEO Charles “Wick” Moorman in a letter that accompanied the report. 159 more words

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Well Worth the Wait in Elkhart

I accompanied my friend Adam last Saturday to Michigan City, Ind., where he was meeting a guy from Wisconsin to sell him some model railroad equipment. 320 more words

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NS Celebrates Expansion of 'Railroad University'

Norfolk Southern held a ribbon cutting ceremony last week to mark the expansion of it’s “railroad university” in Georgia.

“This facility is all about investing in our people,” said CEO Wick Moorman. 196 more words

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