A NS Geometry train in the care of a vintage Conrail motor pops out of Mingo Tunnel on the return trip to Williamson, West Virginia, from Portsmouth, Ohio.
The annual NS track inspection train passes a classic set of N&W signals as it takes a look at the Kenova District rails.
Inspection Day as the geometry car and various officials wait on the outskirts of the Pocahontas Yard for the green light.
This time freight proved to be a real treat as an all UP lashup graces the NS Pocahontas Division rails.
A foggy morn greets this eastbound splitting the gates at the West Williamson floodwall.
The City of Williamson acts as a backdrop for one of the many trains that travel the Pocahontas daily. The old freight station is center rear.
Beckett's Crossing, located in front of the old Williamson Depot, now home to City Hall.
Heavy Duty Power sitting at the entrance to the Williamson Yard on a chaotic day on the Pokey.
Never a dull moment in the Williamson Yard. Note the local coal mogul's house on top of the mountain.
Power Move exiting the Mingo Tunnel on a nasty February day.
Wonder where they found the matching door?
A little color pulling a WB load of MTY's on a snowy day in Williamson.
EB CC glides through Pocahontas Yard.
Now which one did he tell me to throw?