Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE: NSC) is a leading North American transportation provider. Its Norfolk Southern Railway subsidiary operates approximately 21,000 route miles in 22 states and the District of Columbia, serves every major container port in the eastern United States, and provides efficient connections to other rail carriers. Norfolk Southern operates the most extensive intermodal network in the East and is a major transporter of coal and industrial products.
Many thanks to everyone who attended this week’s Norfolk Southern crude by rail emergency responder training class at SERTC (Security and Emergency Response Training Center) in Pueblo, Co. Chris Tantlinger, hazmat coordinator for Westmoreland County, Pa., and veteran of the fire department for 21 years, is holding a challenge coin from SERTC aka “Rattlesnake Junction Railroad.” Thank you to first responders everywhere for doing their part to keep our communities safe.

Many thanks to everyone who attended this week’s Norfolk Southern crude by rail emergency responder training class at SERTC (Security and Emergency Response Training Center) in Pueblo, Co. Chris Tantlinger, hazmat coordinator for Westmoreland County, Pa., and veteran of the fire department for 21 years, is holding a challenge coin from SERTC aka “Rattlesnake Junction Railroad.” Thank you to first responders everywhere for doing their part to keep our communities safe.

These young railfans anxiously await a Norfolk Southern train as it pulls past Anchor Park in Knoxville, Tn. Are you headed out today to do some railfanning? What’s the new location you’ve discovered this summer for great railfanning? (Photo courtesy of Channa Brillant)

These young railfans anxiously await a Norfolk Southern train as it pulls past Anchor Park in Knoxville, Tn. Are you headed out today to do some railfanning? What’s the new location you’ve discovered this summer for great railfanning? (Photo courtesy of Channa Brillant)

TRANSCAER (Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response) training continues in Berry Yard in Cincinnati this afternoon as Dave Patten, Norfolk Southern environmental engineer, speaks to the Cincinnati Fire Department.

TRANSCAER (Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response) training continues in Berry Yard in Cincinnati this afternoon as Dave Patten, Norfolk Southern environmental engineer, speaks to the Cincinnati Fire Department.

Many thanks to the @CincyFireEMS Cincinnati Fire Department for attending today’s Norfolk Southern TRANSCAER (Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response) training in Berry Yard in Cincinnati, Ohio. John Lerner, NS hazardous material compliance officer, is leading the training this morning.

Many thanks to the @CincyFireEMS Cincinnati Fire Department for attending today’s Norfolk Southern TRANSCAER (Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response) training in Berry Yard in Cincinnati, Ohio. John Lerner, NS hazardous material compliance officer, is leading the training this morning.

Many thanks to our Jacksonville safety and service committee for making a $1,500 contribution and a donation of toys, for the 3rd year in a row, to Wolfson’s Children Hospital . This Christmas in July event is just one way that the Georgia division “gives back” to the communities in which they live and work.

Many thanks to our Jacksonville safety and service committee for making a $1,500 contribution and a donation of toys, for the 3rd year in a row, to Wolfson’s Children Hospital . This Christmas in July event is just one way that the Georgia division “gives back” to the communities in which they live and work.

Norfolk Southern F9a 4270, F7b 4276, and F9a 4271 leads a 5 car “office car special” across the Tugaloo River near Toccoa, Ga. The head end of the train has just crossed into South Carolina, while the rear is still in Georgia.  The train was in Atlanta for an event the day before, and is deadheading back toward its “home” in Altoona, Pa.

Norfolk Southern F9a 4270, F7b 4276, and F9a 4271 leads a 5 car “office car special” across the Tugaloo River near Toccoa, Ga. The head end of the train has just crossed into South Carolina, while the rear is still in Georgia. The train was in Atlanta for an event the day before, and is deadheading back toward its “home” in Altoona, Pa.

Job alert!!

All sessions begin promptly at 8am. Candidates do not need to apply online prior to attending these sessions. Be prepared to spend the most of the day at this session. Available positions are for conductors unless otherwise noted.

Harrisburg, PA
Tuesday July 29, 2014
Application session anytime between 8am-8pm
Holiday Inn Harrisburg East
4751 Lindle Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111
 
Princeton, IN
Tuesday July 29, 2014
Application session anytime between 8am-8pm
Tropicana
421 NW Riverside Drive
Evansville, IN 47708
 
Decatur, IL
Tuesday July 29, 2014
Decatur Conference Center & Hotel
4191 Hwy 36 and Wykles Road
Decatur, IL 62522
 
Frankfort, IN
Wednesday July 30, 2014
Holiday Inn Select
Lafayette City Center
515 South Street
Lafayett, IN 47901
 
Marion, OH – Signal Maintainer
Wednesday July 30, 2014
Four Points by Sheraton
3030 Plaza Properties Blvd.
Columbus, OH
 
Conway, PA
Thursday July 31, 2014
Doubletree Pittsburgh – Green Tree
500 Mansfield Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
 
Chattanooga, TN
Friday August 1, 2014
Chattanooga Choo Choo Holiday Inn
1400 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Meet Esi Waters, manager of corporate sustainability at Norfolk Southern. One of her key roles is serving as an internal resource to expand sustainability efforts across the company. Learn more about Esi and the NS sustainability mission at: http://nssustainability.com/2014_sustainability_report/introduction/index.html

Meet Esi Waters, manager of corporate sustainability at Norfolk Southern. One of her key roles is serving as an internal resource to expand sustainability efforts across the company. Learn more about Esi and the NS sustainability mission at: http://nssustainability.com/2014_sustainability_report/introduction/index.html

Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate “Norfolk Southern Night” as the Norfolk Tides played the Toledo Mudhens. We had a great time handing out train fans to all the guests and enjoyed watching as one of our very own threw out the first pitch.

Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate “Norfolk Southern Night” as the Norfolk Tides played the Toledo Mudhens. We had a great time handing out train fans to all the guests and enjoyed watching as one of our very own threw out the first pitch.