N&W 1218 passes the iconic New River Limestone formations just before entering Pembroke Tunnel
An east bound coal train passes through the small New River town of Pembroke on a mid-summer evening.
The Pennsy heritage unit leads empty hopper train 825 out of Pembroke Tunnel, enroute to Bluefield and beyond for another load of coal. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information, visit more)
Just after having a meet with train 811, NS 768 roars east through Pembroke with the gorgeous N&W engine leading the way.
NS 272 blasts out of Pembroke Tunnel as intriguing Cliffs loom above the train on a hazy May evening.
A empty hopper train pops out of the West portal of Pembroke Tunnel on the NS Christiansburg District. The tunnel was constructed in 1904 and is 299 foot long, with a 8.5 degree curvature.
Westbound coal hoppers fly past the old N&W position light signals at Pembroke, VA on a warm and sunny autumn afternoon.
A SD70M-2 leads a empty hopper train past a relic from N&W days on a beautiful afternoon.
The Roanoke Chapter of the NRHS put on a Amtrak Excursion from Roanoke to Bluefield
DPU pushers heading away on Eastbound DPU coal train 760.This is the 3rd DPU that NS ran across the Christiansburg today.
NS 752 heads eastward on the Whitethorne District with a good sized coal train. The Whitethorne District has been jammed with traffic all day.
A set of pushers on an eastbound Roanoke bound coal train rumble through rural Virginia.
Coal drag rounds the curve on the former VGN at Pembroke