NKP 765 heads off the wye at Devon enroute back to Williamson.
NKP 765 rounds a curve at 45mph on it's way back to Williamson for the day.
The Virginian heritage unit heads through Hugheston as a rainbow forms overhead.
The Virginian heritage unit leads a train of emptys headed for Dickinson yard to be flood loaded.
Bound for Portsmouth 765 passes by a farmers large crop of corn.
After servicing at Ashville, 765 deadheads on for Portsmouth for the night.
A CSX work train heads up the Coal River with MOW equipment for the up coming curfews.
A CSX work train sits as the MOW crew works to load the equipment. The crew however would not get finished before a thunderstorm forces them to stop working for the night.
A HLCX leased unit leads a coal train headed to the mine to load.
CSX 9999 passes over the large bridge at Point Pleasant enroute to Huntington.
NKP 765 heads under the interstate in it's way to Wolf Creek to turn on the wye.
NKP 765 leaves Williamson in it's first excursion of the day.
NKP 765 makes a stop at Ashville for maintenance.
NKP 765 passes under a signal bridge as it approaches the large Williamson yard.
765 passes by the CPL named Panco just before passing through Naugatuck.