NS 22A accelerates away from a 25 MPH slow order and on toward Knoxville as the shadows grow long.
NS 22A slowly rolls through a 10 MPH slow order with a long train in tow.
Local crew bringing the westbound down the siding in a crowded yard.
Westbound is passing current "community" of camp cars for workers doing rail refurbishing on the Tennessee side.
22A rests on the main line while waiting for the outbound crew to climb aboard.
Past a river front park on the Middle Fork of the Holston River, NS 22A heads West through Chilhowie, VA..
After being caught by the defect detector on the Pulaski District just before crossing over into TN, 22A has changed crews and is bearing down on a meet with 2 EB's at Piney Flats. Railroad: Norfolk SouthernLocomotive: GE C40-9 (Dash 9-40C)Location: Bluff City, Tennessee, USALocomotive #: NS 8878Train ID: NS 22APhoto Date: May 25, 2008
Sportsmen take a break from fishing to do some rail fanning and enjoy NS 22A crossing the Watagua River east of Johnson City, TN
A well worn pony takes its turn out front on the point of NS 22A at Bluff City, TN.
After a meet with 23G and 16T at Piney Flats, NS 22A gets this 8,000 foot intermodal train moving and up to speed through Watauga.
At track speed, NS 22A blows through the Wallace community and on into Bristol with a long intermodal train.
after years of construction, the Anderson Street Bridge is finally open allowing this picture of NS 22A from above.
22A rolling down the straightaway near Vance, about 6 miles west of Bristol Yard.
22A tops the grade at the four milepost with a long train of doublestacks in tow.
22A crossing State Street in Downtown Bristol.