A pair of SD40-2 rebuilds shoving a coal drag into Norfolk Southern Lambert's Point Yard.
The sun sets at Norfolk Southern's Coal Pier 6 at Lambert's Point in Norfolk, Virginia. Coal Pier 6 is one of the largest, fastest, and most technologically advanced transloading facilities for co... (more)
Shuffling a cut of coal cars in the Norfolk & Western's yard in Norfolk, Virginia, in December 1982 is a trio of T-6 switchers: 32, 43 and 11. Of the 57 T-6s built by Alco, 40 of them were owned... (more)
Working the yard in Norfolk, Virginia, in November 1984, is Norfolk & Western C630 135 and 6-axle slug 9903. N&W 135 was built by Alco in September 1967 as N&W 1135. The slug was built in Novemb... (more)
The Pocahontas A Roger Puta Photograph
When I began photography, the N&W, the SP, and the CP were still running Fairbanks Morse H-24-66 Trainmasters, but their territory was prohibitively beyond my range of travel. As a result, this is... (more)
Doing what Alco’s do best, Norfolk & Western C630 1133 shoves hard on a heavy cut of loaded hoppers at the Lambert’s Point coal docks, as it belches black smoke worthy of a steam locomotive.
Of all of the types of yard power that I have encountered over the years, the Norfolk & Western switchers at Lambert’s Point in the early 1980’s were my favorites. Taken out of road service, but n... (more)
N&W GP9 795 switches at Lambert's Point in 1980. This is a very late date to see the original N&W herald.
I’ve been a fan of notched-nosed Alcos since seeing my first Lehigh Valley RS11’s, and seeing the RS11’s, RSD12’s, and T6’s that were regulars on the PC’s Bel-Del division. The T6 was unique among... (more)
When a class of locomotive had dwindled in numbers, and those remaining were no longer considered roadworthy, the Norfolk & Western often assigned them to Lambert’s Point to push hoppers of coal i... (more)
"The Tide" rolls in! Hampton Roads Transit light rail vehicle 409 rolls downgrade and into the Harbor Park station on January 20th, 2015. Known popularly as "The Tide," this light rail li... (more)
One of the many daily Light Rail trains that run from Norfolk to Virginia Beach is seen here making it's stop at the MacArthur Square station in the heart of downtown Norfolk.
A TIDE train curves through Norfolk.
Norfolk & Portsmouth Belt Line SW1200s 103 and 110 were found under the sanding tower at the little road's facility in Norfolk, Virginia, in December 1982.