BNSF 7792 leads 236 as it crosses into the Virginia side of Bristol.
A few minutes out of it's origin of the Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility, NS train 236 heads east on the Columbus District with containers for Norfolk, VA. The train is passing Mennel Milling's Va... (more)
One of the oldest wide cab Dash 9s on the NS roster leads NS 236 through Lurich.
A old School GE leads NS 236 Eastbound underneath the intriguing Vicker Coaling tower in good morning light.
Splitting the CPL's at Willowtown, NS 236 makes good time on her morning crew run from Bluefield to Roanoke.
After exiting the Elkhorn Tunnel, NS 236 throttles it up, passing by the N&W CPL signal bridge at E.E. Elkhorn. A perfect example of Appalachian railroading..
Railfanning in Appalachia.. Struggling uphill with two motors on the head end and two on the rear, a Bluefield bound coal train does notch 8 at the Maybeury interlocking. Notice the abnormally unl... (more)
NS 236 leaves the yard in Bluefield with a long stack train bound for Norfolk.
Southbound stack train 236 passes under the old Southern signal bridge in Tateville.
Two AC pushers help a doublestack to the top of the Elkhorn grade.
A pair of ES44AC pushers give 236 some assistance east at the west end of Elkhorn Tunnel.
A NS stack train snakes its way into the Williamson Yard.
The Pokey's new stack train, NS 236 exits Mingo Tunnel.