NS M12 brings 'em west on the Christiansburg side late in the afternoon during December of 1997. Although I cannot remember for certain, I like to think New River Dispatcher Mr. Tommy Duncan was r... (more)
A trio of former N&W motors (SD40-2/C30-7/SD40-2) leads an eastbound on the former Virginian between Riverside and Wabun on a perfect December afternoon in 1997. We've always referred to this loca... (more)
"Straight-natural-blues" SD40, ex N&W 1588, leads a westbound hopper man out of Montgomery Tunnel during December of 1997. Second and third units are NS 8080 (C30-7) and NS 3520 (B30-7A).
Three N&W road-slug sets pound the double-diamond at JK as they bring up the rear of another Belews Creek coal train. Today the connection track in the foreground, the N&W signals, the main track ... (more)
Three N&W road-slug sets bring up the rear end of a "double south" Belews Creek coal train at JK during late 1994. Growing up in South Roanoke, I'll never forget the sound a "double" tackling Star... (more)
Local A746 heads south through Loachapoka on a perfect afternoon during March of 2011.
CSX Q145 has 'em in the wind, southbound at Chehaw.
Southern 630 leads a "21st Century Steam" excursion over the former N&W between Bristol and Walton. As she nears the early morning station stop at Abingdon a cold winter chill lingers from the nig... (more)
Seventeen days after the devastating March 2, 2012 tornado outbreak that ripped across Kentucky, southern Indiana, and parts of the south, a military trains heads south through Henryville, IN on t... (more)
The Southern heritage unit hustles NS 23G past the Jackson Pike crossing on a gorgeous spring afternoon.
NS 23G heads east between Louisville and Danville with the Southern heritage unit in command.
After stalling somewhere around Notasulga, CSX Q618 continues their struggle up the hill between Chehaw and Loachapoka. By this time local A746 had coupled up to their rear end and was shoving har... (more)
Local A48 works at Opelika during March 2003 with a former N&W GP38AC and a GP59.
Local T79 heads west between Shelbyville and Louisville behind a road-slug, GP40-2 (3072), and two former SOU GP38-2's (5198, 5195).
A westbound empty hopper train passes under the Blue Ridge Parkway on the outskirts of Roanoke (between Webster and Bonsack) behind a pair of GP38-2's, a GP59, and an SD60.