Cresting the grade west of the Meadowview depot, the Heritage unit "Interstate" heads directly into the last-of-the- day sun.
Having waited on the Abingdon siding as the much longer eastbound 23G came through, it is on to Bristol for the westbound intermodal.
Perfect October weather for departure to Knoxville.
Rolling westbound with short double-stack train in tow, the Virginian heritage unit leads No. 22A through the pastoral fields of Midway, Tn., in the late afternoon as it treks across the Knoxville... (more)
At track speed moving on to Bristol for crew change.
Coming out of the siding after an eastbound went through.
The gangs all here. In addition to the westbound on the left, power for the local waits its next assignment. Caboose may see duty if a reverse move is required, and another westbound, 15T, is tied... (more)
After departing the yard at Bristol, the engineer on hot westbound double-stack train No. 22A, notches out the throttle in rural Tennessee, while preparing for a short uphill climb to the Holston ... (more)
It's a gloomy day on the Louisville District as NS 22A brings a bright yellow engine towards Louisville. The sun pops up at just the right time as NS 22A climbs the hill at East Tucker
The NS Virginian heritage unit leads 22A west by Tucker.
Erie 1068 leads NS 22A as it slowly rolls past 2 eastbounds at Waddy as it follows NS 29W westward toward Louisville
Heavy rainstorms drenched the area just prior to the westbound's arrival and now departure with the Virginian in front.
The Tennessee crew is on board and waiting for a clear signal to proceed to Knoxville in beautiful weather.
Holding the siding as 202 eases by in a carefully orchestrated meet of two long trains.
22A crawls towards the end of the siding at Glade Spring, VA to meet 16T.