CSX 588 West pull mts through the little tunnel at Natural Tunnel on its way to the CSX CV Subdivision via the NS Appalachia District.
After dropping its mts at the NS Yuma Yard, T74 will run light back to Frisco for some switching duties.
Pictured just west of the NS Frisco Yard, NS T74 returns empty's from Eastman at Kingsport to Yuma for pickup.
CSX 588 leads empties west through the little tunnel at Natural Tunnel utilizing Trackage Rights over the NS Appalachia District.
Westbound CSX led by a YN3 AC4400 comes to a stop in the siding at Watkins, to meet NS 706. Nikon D80.
After an 89 car pickup from Eastman, T74 rolls past a small church and into the Yuma yard to drop the empty hoppers for pickup.
A full house in the Yuma yard. NS T74 drops off 89 empty hoppers on the siding as 3 Dash 9's sit idle waiting assignment.
NS 73A squeezes out of the exit of the man made and much smaller of the two tunnels at Natural Tunnel State Park with empties enroute to Andover, VA.
Just out of the NS Yuma Yard, NS 73A is headed to Andover, Va.
Just back from its trip as 721 with empties, this train has been reset and is ready to be loaded and head back out as 722 ECP train.
An eastbound CSX coal train on NS trackage rights crawls up the 1.7 percent reverse curves of the "Gooseneck" at Big Cut, VA.
Distributed power unit 7711 shoves on the rear of empty westbound hopper train 703. Thirty minutes later the head end will be on the radio with Norton asking for permission to enter the yard. Niko... (more)
NS 7682 leans into a curve at Speers Ferry heading west, leading mty train 703. Not sure what happened to the number board above the engineers window. Nikon D80.
NS 72A speeds through Weber City toward the Yuma yard to pick up 75 empties and 3 more engines. On a very warm December day. Nikon D80.
Greeted by a couple of horn blasts and a friendly wave from the conductor as they pass by me, these three AC units lead this brand new Rapid Discharge trainset westbound on the NS. Nikon D80.