This remote area along the Pokey follows the tight confines of the banks of the Tug Fork River as it snakes its way through the narrow valley.
The NS Interstate heritage unit is serving in pusher duty along The Pokey. Here, the unit and another AC leave the yard to go to the rescue of a underpowered grain train at Farm
Two AC pushers cross Welch Trestle and enter Welch Tunnel as they push a coal drag to Bluefield.
The Interstate heritage unit and another AC motor shoves hard against the back of grain train, NS 83K as they enter Elkhorn Tunnel.
An old Alco S2 or S4 converted to a remote slug works Red Ash Coals load out at Litwar W.Va.
A coal train exits one of the portals of Huger Tunnels twin bores.
A coal train has got its pushers at Farm and is making a run at the though Pokey grade.
A crew retrieves the locos from the service area as they get the units ready to go into pusher service for the day.
A coal train waits for pushers at Farm.
A BNSF Warbonnet leads this autorack along the Pokey.
A lone pusher shoves a coal drag up the tough Pokey grade at War Eagle.
17M with return power in tow passes under the cliffs at War Eagle, W.Va.
Two old GP 38-2 workhorses sit beneath the old coaling tower in Auville Yard.
Two new AC units bring loads off the P-D and onto the Pokey Division on a foggy fall morning.
In what used to be the norm, it was odd to see these older dash 9's in pusher service with all the new AC power prowling the Pokey.