NS local V19 heads back to Bristol after dropping off a flatcar at the metal plant at Wallace.
Bristol local V19 pulls forward past the Bristol Depot as they prepare their train to reverse to the metal plant at Wallace.
Wow, what a detail parts manufacturers dream. That’s what the modeler in me says. Just the kind of unit I like, the railfan says. The more antennas, air conditions, PTC and oddball “stuff” the ... (more)
Local V19 is getting it’s train together for the day. Soon they will go across town to switch some industries on a remnant of the old Virginia & Southwestern. I’m surprised 1644 apparently has n... (more)
Testing track, research cars #s 34 & 33 follow a unit down the main near the old roundhouse, now repurposed. They had just backed thru the siding are coming down the main to tie up on a yard trac... (more)
Testing track, research cars #s 34 & 33 follow a unit down the main by the beautifully restored station, now a meeting and event venue. They will go west to the end of siding (CP Ford), reverse, ... (more)
Built in 1902, the beautifully restored depot in Bristol, VA, was the fourth depot to serve Bristol VA/TN. It sits on land donated to the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad in 1848 by Rev. James Kin... (more)
On a westbound train on the south track.
Tennessee crew is on board and anxious to depart as e.b. 134 eases by on the siding.
NS 134 eases through the east end of the Bristol Yard as it makes its maiden voyage on the Bristol Line, having been rerouted from the downgraded S-Line out of Asheville.
Westbound intermodal arriving at the east end of the yards and taking the siding.
Ready to depart west into Tennessee.
With "Go Rail" leading, the westbound intermodal has arrived at Bristol and is being tied-down for a later departure.
W.B. 15T is departing on the siding while power for the local, V19 rests adjacent. Extra M5T is tied-down at right.
Westbound intermodal arriving for a crew change and a meet with its counterpart, NS 202.