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Norfolk and Western #611 Photo Freight Run
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In the scorching heat of Monday, June 15, 2014, Norfolk and Western No. 611 left Lynchburg, Va., bound for Spencer with 13 cars of revenue freight tied in behind the tool car to aid in braking. No. 611 was dispatched south in the mid-afternoon. The late departure was because of track work in North Carolina, where Norfolk Southern is busy re-installing double track on the former Southern Railway mainline between Lexington and Thomasville. With a backlog of trains waiting for the track to re-open, No. 611 was held near High Point, N.C., and again near Thomasville, N.C., before being cleared to proceed south. Finally, under the cover of darkness, No. 611 dropped her freight consist at Norfolk Southern’s Linwood Yard, then proceeded the final few miles to the museum.

No. 611 is no stranger to pulling freight, as the N&W Js were downgraded to freight service after the railroad dieselized the passenger trains in the late 1950s, and also pulled freight numerous times during the original Norfolk Southern steam program while ferrying between destinations. Everything seen in this model is from instructions. N&W #611 instructions can be found on Mimi68’s YouTube page, while all the freight equipment are instructions off of https://lgauge.com/trains/renderings/instructions.htm. Anyhoo, please like and comment, cuz I love hearing how I did!
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