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Welcome to Norfok Southern Locomotive Types Page!
Norfolk Southern has thousands of diesels. Referenced on this page will be a few hundred of the various types. A little later there is a good chance you will find just what you are looking for.

   
Created for 4rail.net by Ilkka Siissalo, Gerard J. Putz, Nick Slocombe and John McKey. Pictures by Ilkka Siissalo, Nick Slocombe, Gerard J. Putz and John McKey.

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NS ES40DC number 7545
ES40DC: 7549 * 7579 *
SD60M: 6777 *
SD70: 2568 *
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NS SD70 number 2568 with stacks, Eastern U.S.A.
NS Sd60m number 6777 with stacks, Eastern U.S.A.      
       
       
       
     
       
       
       

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  NS SD70 number 2568

NS SD70 number 2568 with stacks, Eastern U.S.A.

A surprising nose for the SD70, here the number 2568 is seen leading a container train.

Picture by Gerry Putz.
   
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  NS SD60M number 6777

NS Sd60m number 6777 with stacks, Eastern U.S.A.

A handsome black and white colored SD60M is leading the double stacks train throught the woods in the eastern U.S.A.

Picture by Gerry Putz.
   
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  NS ES40DC number 7549

NS ES40DC number 7545

You can see the heat radiating from the fans of the Norfolk Southern ES40DC number 7549 and SD60I number 6747 (still in Conrail colors) as they work to pull the heavy train 37Q southbound through the sag north of Ranson West Virginia. Notice the blinking ditch lights (the lower lights of the engine) as the engineer has just sounded the horn probably approaching the level crossing. With numerous crossings in the U.S. sounding the horn is much more common than for instance in Europe. While the sound of the horn is very low it creates an interesting back ground environment.
The Norfolk Southern is one of the largest railroading companies (the class 1s) in the U.S. its diesels serving mostly the east side of the country.

Picture: Gerry Putz 2009.
   
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  NS ES40DC number 7579

NS ES40DC number 7579 with manifest, Eastern U.S.A.

Another interesting ES40DC with a horse figure, number 7579 leading the 3 sisters and the long manifest behind them.

Picture by Gerry Putz.
   
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