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NS 2754 crosses a grade crossing just west of the Huntingburg, IN yard.

Norfolk Southern was formed by the merger of the Norfolk & Western and the Southern Railroad.  The railroad is based in Virginia and serves much of the eastern United States.  It is one of two class one railroads in the eastern United States, along with CSX.

Items of note about Norfolk Southern (NS) is that they often run their engines long hood forward, which seems backward compared to most railroads.  In addition, NS owns several locomotives with a high short hood.  This has changes significantly since June 1, 1999, when NS absorbed approximately half of the Conrail's power and track.  Most of the Conrail power is configured for short hood forward driving and most have  a low short hood.