Built in 1891 as the Yadkin Railroad and a long-time property of the Southern Railway, today’s Norfolk Southern N-Line extends from Salisbury to Halls Ferry, North Carolina (29 miles). The NS N-Line is noted and cherished by rail enthusiasts for its challenging “saw tooth” profile, sharp curves, and journey through Carolina forest country. The Norfolk Southern acquired the Lehigh Line in 1999 in the Conrail split with CSX Transportation. The section from Manville, New Jersey to Newark, New Jersey was spun off into Conrail Shared Assets Operations Lehigh Line, allowing for equal competition between Norfolk Southern and CSX.
NORFOLK, Va., March 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE: NSC) today announced that Vanessa Allen Sutherland has been named executive vice president and chief legal officer ... The main line of the Norfolk Southern Railway presently operates along the original route of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad through downtown Johnson City and westward to Jonesborough and Knoxville. The Harrison Family Boards for New York - 1955