After helping W584 from Loyall to Watkins, C201 is seen coming out of the north portal of Natural Tunnel at Glenita, Virginia.
This older weather worn ac44 sits by the old Pennington Depot site as the Spring colors finally begin to take shape late in April.
A pair of CSX GEs drift along on the rear of loaded coal train T440 just after passing through Natural Tunnel (and the much smaller, man-made Little Tunnel). more)
T440 has finished the climb uphill to Watkins and now drifts downgrade to a stop so the pushers shown here can cut off and return to Big Stone Gap.
The pushers on T440 work hard to shove the train up the hill and under the CSX tracks in Speers Ferry.
Pusher engines on a southbound loaded coal train just north of Strawberry Patch on the CV Subdivision.
CSX eastbound pushers crossing Bootleg Trestle just west of Natural Tunnel.
Rear pushers keep the slack bunched on an eastbound, as traffic rolls under on US 23.
Pusher conductor heads to crew van after a dog-catch crew takes over, after a long night and morning of work.
CSX pushers on the rear of a southbound loaded coal train as it passes through Dryden, VA on the CSX CV Sub.
CSX northbound pusher engines, photographed earlier in the day at Dryden, VA, rumble through Glidden on their return trip to Loyall.
CSX 4774 and 530 are the pusher engines on an eastbound loaded coal train seen here crossing US Highway 23 at Speers Ferry.
This is kinda rare, a set of CSX pushers overtaking an NS empty hopper train at Watkins (this is NS's home road, yet they are being ran around by a CSX)
CSX 357 leading a westbound set of pushers about to enter Natural Tunnel
CSX C201 pushers on the rear of the V322 as they cross US Highway 23 at Speers Ferry.