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  2. AccessNS - Norfolk Southern Railway

    AccessNS, an e-commerce tool that gives customers an efficient and convenient one-stop digital platform to conduct business with the railroad.

  3. Norfolk Southern Railway (1942–1982) - Wikipedia

    The Norfolk Southern Railway ( reporting mark NS) was the final name of a railroad that ran from Norfolk, Virginia, southwest and west to Charlotte, North Carolina. It was acquired by the Southern Railway in 1974, which merged with the Norfolk and Western Railway in 1982 to form the current Norfolk Southern Railway .

  4. Norfolk Southern Railway Map - ACW Railway Company

    This is an interactive system map of Norfolk Southern, a class I rail carrier along the east coast. It shows transportation routes spanning over 21,000 miles.

  5. Norfolk Southern

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  6. On January 1, 1974 the Southern had acquired the original Norfolk Southern Railway, a 623-mile historic system which stretched from Norfolk, Virginia to Charlotte, North Carolina with other lines snaking throughout the Tarheel State's eastern region.

  7. The CEO of Norfolk Southern railroad faced pointed questioning over the hazardous train derailment and fire that released toxic fumes last month, as well as his company's safety culture.

  8. Norfolk Southern Railway - News, Reports & Features for Rail ...

    Norfolk Southern Railway is one of North America's larger Class I railroads and a subsidiary of Norfolk Southern Corp. The railroad operates 20,000 route miles in 22 states and the District of ...

  9. Norfolk Southern's Ohio train disaster could happen again ...

    In the company’s 2021 annual report, Norfolk Southern Corp. told investors it had concluded its three-year plan to transform into a more “innovative and efficient railroad,” reaching record ...

  10. The Original Norfolk & Southern Railway that ran from Norfolk, VA to Charlotte, NC with various branches (Aberdeen, Asheboro, Beaufort, Belhaven, Carthage, Columbia, Durham, Ellerbe, Fayetteville, Goldsboro (A&EC), Jackson Springs, Lee Creek, Oriental, Snow Hill (A&EC), Suffolk and Virginia Beach, VA). It was merged into the Southern Railway ...

  11. Norfolk Southern Railway | Trains Magazine

    A Norfolk Southern coal train curves through Falls Mills, W.Va. John P. Locke, III. Norfolk Southern is the product of the June 1, 1982 merger of Norfolk & Western and Southern Railway. The two railways operated as separate subsidiaries under parent company Norfolk Southern Corporation until December 31, 1990, when Norfolk & Western became a ...