NS4003 operating as V41 pushing the 754 through Fieldale. The head end is already approaching the Martinsville city limits here.
A quiet Sunday morning in Henry Virginia is interrupted by the rumble of GE motive power echoing off the hills as the 755 heads north to Roanoke.
An SD60M leads the 272 out of Payne yard in Fieldale Virginia.
A pair of the DC>AC conversions shoving 746 past the edgewood CP.
BNSF 7572 shoving a light unit move past the Ferrum CP.
The CNJ/Reading duo on point for the 746 clearing the Martinsville CP.
NS 965 approaching the Ferrum CP led by a former UP SD 9043 MAC.
Uncle Pete leading the 272 through Bassett on an unusually warm February morning.
The Virginian hauling a load of coal ash from a Duke energy steam plant in Eden North Carolina, is probably making one of the last runs on this branch before it becomes history.
Still wearing it's UP colors, an SD9043 MAC leads a light unit move back to Roanoke. Seen here passing through Henry.
The 756 breaks into the last bit of sunlight of the day at the Henry S curves.
A D9 tophat and a Canadian visitor shoving elephant style past the Edgewood CP in the late afternoon light.
EMDX 1607 and 1608 hauling another load of coal down the pumpkin vine.
The EMD demos make another run down the pumpkin vine. Seen here passing through the quaint little town of Ferrum Virginia.
Just having crossed into North Carolina from Virginia, the 134 rounds the curve in Pelham.