An empty coal train passes the classic N&W CPL's still standing guard at Old Joe.
A lone Virginian Heritage unit hustles loaded Top Gons along the Pokey with the coal dust flying.
A coal trian makes an assult on the tough Pokey grade, made even harder today with blowing snow and slick rails.
Appalachia coal railroading in the winter, nuthin' finer! Here, an NS coal train comes off the Gilbert Branch loaded and takes the west leg of the wye, which will lead to the Pokey main. The Gilbe... (more)
The hottest train on the Pokey, NS 217 useing a secondary symbol runs cool today.
NS 194 crosses mains at Old Joe in the freezing rain.
NS 17M makes its way west past the old CPL's during a misting rain/snow mix along The Pokey. The consist featured eight engines but not all of them were running.
Dash 8 rolls by the wye at the terminus of the Gilbert Branch and Pocahontas Division on a beautiful fall afternoon at Wharncliffe.
NS 194 has the power to handle the tuff Pokey grade today.
The slide fence protects the passing trains at the curve near Old Joe.
17M has 7 engines in todays lashup as it returns power back west.
After catching 17M with 8 units, NS 185 came along right behind it with 7. Most were off line though.
New EMD pushers help a loaded coal train off the steep Gilbert Branch and onto the Pokey main.
A new EMD ACe pusher set exits the Pokey main and heads back up the Gilbert Branch after another waiting coal train.
NS 17M huries west along The Pokey under the watchful eye of Conductor, R.D. Long.