A look into the Bristol Yard finds 22A tied down on the mainline, 37Q tied down in the background on track 6, V40 on track 3 along with an unassigned 6101.
The westbound 22A speeds past the former N&W caboose that was recently placed on display next to the Abingdon passenger station. Eventually, the caboose will be restored to how it looked when it w... (more)
NS 22A heads west out of Bristol after stopping for a quick crew change.
The 22A waits for a fresh crew to continue on to Knoxville, as the 37Q waits under the Mary Street Bridge to cut out some cars after the 22A departs. And the yard switchers idle away waiting to d... (more)
The 22A passes the old Abingdon Depot at track speed, on a warm early spring day, as several railfans grab shots including RP.Net contributor Jonathan McCoy
Drifting downgrade with a very long train trailing.
The daily 22A approaches Abingdon, as signs of a weak economy persist, todays train was only half loaded with containers as the last half was empty well cars.
NS 22A heads west out of Bristol with five GE locomotives for power on a chilly afternoon.
Proof of the recession, NS 22A has about as many stacks as it does locomotives pulling the 6000 foot train.
NS 22A charges uphill through Bluff City with a clean Dash 9 leader.
Westbound finally has a clear main as all of the track curve gang equipment gets into the siding.
Arriving westbound with a long train while eastbound 38Q waits on the siding.
The crew of NS 22A led by a GEVO and not the usual Dash-9, brings their train to a stop on the siding at Bristol, to tie down for an outbound crew. Nikon D80.
NS 22A rolls past the NB 387.6 signal just east of Abingdon after meeting the 38Q at Marion.