Slug RP-F6 No. 9903 is mated with SD40 No. 1585 in yard service at Lamberts Point.
NW32 is in reality is a T-6 followed by NW254 which could be a RSD-15.
"Lamberts Point Yard and Piers, fastest and most efficent in the world." -Norfolk Southern
A Navy chopper flies over the Lamberts Point coal pier as a Dash-9 prepares for departure.
After making a quick trip to Petersburg and back, the F units are lined to the roundhouse to be serviced before heading out that night to Atlanta.
Former H24-66 Trainmaster 3594 is now slug 9919 at Lambert's Point yard in Norfolk, VA.
A loaded coal train nears the end of the journey as crosses the eastern branch of the Elizabeth River.
Still active in the NS era.
Among the last Alcos around in the classic scheme of the era.
N&W SD39 2965 (ex-Illinios Terminal 2305) receiving its black paint at Norfolk, VA on February 10, 1983.