BN on the Pokey! An eastbound coal train, lead by BN 6825, negotiates the sharp curve at Bluestone on the way to Bluefield.
NS 856 exits the east portal of Cooper Tunnel at Bluestone, WV.
NS 859 pauses just east of the east portal to Cooper Tunnel to pick up loads off the Bluestone Branch, which extends off to the left. After picking up the loads, pushers will couple to the rear fo... (more)
Racks meet racksEastbound rack train 272 darts out of Coopers Tunnel just a few short miles from the once busy yard at Bluefield, passing train 83K and their train of previously sto... (more)
Light power set 83J rolls West through Bluestone, meeting the 95W stopped waiting to take the crossover.
Westbound grain empties glide through Bluestone on a warm March afternoon.
Pushing hard on the rear of the 767 at Bluestone, West Virginia, the Norfolk & Western Heritage Unit crosses a bridge on home rails on the Pocahontas District.
The NS and N&W heritage locos run light west to go and wait on another eastbound to push to Bluefield.
The Erie Heritage Unit crosses the Bluestone River.
The NS heritage unit has spent most of its short life in pusher service along Pokey.
The Southern heritage unit seems to have found a home on the Pokey in pusher service.
The Southern and Erie heritage units rolls along the Pokey beside the Bluestone River. In seconds the units will cross the Bluestone and enter Coopers Tunnel and back across the Bluestone.
A set of NS Heritage units, Erie, 1068 and Southern 8099 are serving as pushers along the Pokey.
The 8114, NS Heritage unit shoves hard against NS 272 autorack past the old dam built on the Bluestone River and used to help supply water to the N&W at Bluestone.