NS 8605,8705 are departing eastbound out of Bluefield with coal loads.
A ballast train works westbound on the former Virginian - a somewhat rare sight on an almost all eastbound running stretch of railroad.
Eastbound through Opelika at Clanton Street with a C39-8/SD40-2/GP38-2/GP38AC consist.
NS C39-8 8608 leads a westbound as it nears Louisville.
Eastbound between Asheville and Spartanburg, approaching Saluda.
A southbound coal train grinds up Starkey Hill on the Winston-Salem District with a C39-8 and SD60 on the point and five 4-axles shoving on the rear (Photo ID: 304448).
NS 23G heads east out of Louisville with its GE C39-8
smoking it up a little.
A couple of NS C39-8's lead 161 east onto New Albany's
NS 8599 poses in front of the old N&W office buildings in downtown Roanoke.
Stored ex-Conrail C39-8's spend the night in Conway.
NS 8575 sometime during Summer 1996. I'm not sure if I took this picture or if my Dad, TL Scott, took it with my camera.
Newly rebodied top-gons head west behind a C39-8 and C36-7 near Elliston. This may well have been the first trip these cars made to the coalfields after coming out of Roanoke Shop.
Empties head west on the day after Christmas behind two C39-8s (8604, 8662).