Pennsylvania Heritage Unit performing pusher duty has just come off the Gilbert Branch and is headed east on the Pokey mainline, caught here in the sharp curve at Old Joe...
DC power leads tankers under the "evolving" signals at Old Joe. Lot going on here in the background, as a crew from Railroad Controls Limited has erected and is on the new west end signa... (more)
As spring bursts forth along the Pokey, it's not the only new arrival. N&W CPL's are on borrowed time, as seen here near Wharnrcliffe....
A rebuilt SD60E leads this train across the new concrete trestle at Wharncliffe.
NS 17M passes the old N&W CPL's at Old Joe.
This coal train has already received pushers at Ought One due to the winter storm conditions.
With two engines on both ends, a coal train eases off the branch as they get ready to stop at the next signal to wait their turn onto the Pokey main.
Coal still moves on the Pokey. A loaded train heads east while empties return to Williamson for a refill.
An NS coal train breaks the still of a hot and humid night along the Tug Fork River.
An old Conrail Dash 8 helps this train off the Pokey main and onto the Gilbert Branch. The train will deliver empties to the Gilbert Yard at the old Virginian connector for a P-D Division to pick ... (more)
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.