Help wanted: Norfolk Southern needs workers to handle increasing flow of freight

By Nick Malawskey,; June 13, 2018

ENOLA — The railroad never sleeps.

Twenty-four hours a day, 364 days a year, in all weather the trains roll in and out of the Enola yard. Inbound trains from the Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Baltimore and further points west and south, mile-long monsters to be split apart, sorted and recombined — around 750 rail cars daily — before heading back out on the rails.

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