A busy day in the Bluefield Yard.
A coal train lays the sand down to get started over the hill.
The Roanoke Chapter of the NRHS put on a Amtrak Excursion from Roanoke to Bluefield
A very cold and snowy morning in Bluefield finds this westbound leaving the yard behind a mix of power. There wasn't much color to shoot when it came to the N&W of the '70s and early '80s.
NS 8010 and several other units get service or wait for a re-crew at Bluefield Yard.
Wet rails and a wet locomotive and train on an excursion trip.
Standing in the rain during an excursion trip.
On a wonder Indian summer day, the elegant lady has finished a long run from Roanoke and has begun to develop that great patina that distinguishes a working locomotive from a cream puff.
Dash-9's and coal trains...... What else would you expect in Bluefield?
A new AC set gets serviced before heading west to farm to act as pushers while some older units rest for the weekend.
NS 1368,9725,4011 work the yard at Bluefield on a sunny fall afternoon.
NS 8605,8705 are departing eastbound out of Bluefield with coal loads.