Shuffling units around. 803 is another example of the typical N&W colorful and well maintained paint.
Typical helper is almost finished with it's push. I miss eating at Shoney's and watching these on winter mornings.
Helper string comes out when the E/F was really busy.
Experimental scheme on the yard job.
With ex-RSD-12 slug 9922, the yard switcher du jour.
One of those wonderful mixed up helper strings at the engine house.
A trio of Norfolk & Western engines travelling through Bluefield yard in October, 1980. The lead unit is showing its heritage and the middle unit was a special paint scheme.
An westbound train passing through Bluefield, West Virginia, in October of 1983
An eastbound train leaving Bluefield, West Virginia, in November of 1980
Railmax high railer weed sprayer being serviced at Bluefield
A slug, its mother, and a red caboose, all typical sights along the Pokey.
Yes, it was COLD! This is a crew change for eastbound coal at Bluefield.