188 exits Roderfield Tunnel and crosses one of the many bridges over the Tug Fork along the Pokey.
Empty coal bucket 745 crosses Kennedy Trestle, one of the many curved trestles between Coeburn and St.Paul on the scenic Clinch Valley District.
As the last bit of Fall color holds on NS 22N (Memphis, TN - Atlanta, GA) rockets South through the cut at Collegedale.
A classic 40 year old EMD leader leads Q155 down the Chattanooga Sub at Whiteside. The ex- SCL vet has no issues getting the 7,500ft train to the top of the mountain, even with the wet rails.
The sound of GE prime movers echoe through the mountains as BNSF run through intermodal train 264 (Los Angeles, CA - Atlanta, GA) tops the grade at Whiteside.
A former C&O GP35 now road slug leads the Widows Creek - Wauhatchie turn down the steep reverse curves at Wildwood.
Northbound trackage right JB Hunt intermodel train 265 (Atlanta, GA-Los Angeles, CA) tops the grade at Whiteside and now will begin to set up into dynamic brakes as it'll ease down the mountain. T... (more)
Southbound intermodal train Q143 tops the Raccoon Mountain grade and will now coast down into Wauhatchie where it'll tie down on zero track.
Having just topped the Duff Mountain grade K447 will continue South towards LaFollette. Once the pusher reaches this point at the Northend of Kilsyth it'll cut-off on the fly and head North back t... (more)
The Morley pusher has just coupled to the rear and Southbound ethanol train K447 is ready to take on Duff Mountain as it exits Hickory Creek Tunnel #3.
Empty coal bucket 799 continues its journey Westbound on the Appalachia District while a snowy Clinch Mountain looms in the background.
NS 265 climbs the Raccoon Mountain grade at Wildwood. The Chattanooga Sub offers a great variety of power due to the many run through trains the line sees daily, it along with a nice mountainy bac... (more)
Nearing the end of its journey, T99 slices through the cut just West of Frisco in nearly a foot of snow.
Empty coal bucket 799 exits the dark confines of Natural Tunnel and into the nearly foot of snow that fell a couple days earlier.