Norfolk Southern Corp. announced two personnel changes to broaden the experience of its senior management team.
Norfolk Southern and the North Carolina Transportation Museum have announced the daily schedule for the display of the Norfolk Southern Heritage Locomotive fleet at the museum in Spencer, N.C., on July 3 and 4.
Saying “we can look back with a lot of satisfaction” on 2011’s record performance by Norfolk Southern Corporation, CEO Wick Moorman told stockholders at the company’s 30th annual meeting, held today in Williamsburg, Va., that he is “confident, optimistic, and enthusiastic about our future business prospects.”
A vintage F7 locomotive in Southern Railway’s “tuxedo” paint scheme, a Heritage locomotive in Pennsylvania Railroad livery, and Norfolk Southern’s Exhibit Car will represent Norfolk Southern’s past, present and future at the National Train Day celebration.
Norfolk Southern has been recognized for outstanding performance in measuring and reducing its emissions.
Alabama, known for college sports, beaches, and space camp, among other things, will never be the same once Brainy, a giant, wide-eyed pink walking brain, arrives.
The first locomotive to be painted in Norfolk Southern’s 30th anniversary heritage paint schemes rolled out of the company’s Juniata Locomotive Shop.
Norfolk Southern lowered the railroad operating speed limits on certain sections of the Michigan Line between Dearborn and Kalamazoo that handle both Amtrak’s passenger service and Norfolk Southern’s freight service. These lower speed limits have been imposed to reflect the maximum safe operating speeds for the line, given the line’s condition. Safety is of paramount importance in both passenger and freight rail operations.
Norfolk Southern Corporation earned the top ranking among railroads in the S&P 500 Clean Capitalism Ranking published by Corporate Knights, a media, research, and financial products company that focuses on clean capitalism.
At a dedication ceremony, Norfolk Southern named its new yard office building in Williamson, after the late John William (Bill) Fox, Jr., who retired from Norfolk Southern as senior vice president coal services in 2003 after a 35-year career with the company.
Robert A. Bradway has been elected a director of Norfolk Southern Corporation, Chairman and CEO Wick Moorman announced.