The Erie heritage unit leads NS 201 westbound through Crockett, Va on the Pulaski District.
The sound of the 104 year old steam engine echoes throughout the valley as the '01 leads the Radford Rambler through the beautiful countryside east of Rural Retreat.
Norfolk Southern's Wabash and Southern Heritage Units lead 201 up to the stop signal at Crockett for a meet with 29W and 202.
A healthy size 22A climbs the grade into Crockett. Crockett is located on the Pulaski District at MP 346. The Pulaski District runs from Walton, Junction with the Christiansburg District near Radf... (more)
Stack trains 22A and 23G meet at Crockett. Crockett is the longest siding on the Pulaski District at 9020 feet, which makes the dispatcher runs things alittle differently when they got couple of t... (more)
On this otherwise sunny spring day, 630 departs the siding at Crockett under brief cloud cover after a quick servicing stop. The EMD muscle behind the tender has kicked in and will soon be getting... (more)
Eastbound excursion from Bristol Va to Radford Va and return
A westbound excursion behind N&W 611 roars by the old country store at Crockett, Va en route to Bristol. The 14 N&W class J engines were regulars on this route, covering such runs as the Pelican, ... (more)
Nothing like Springtime in Southwest Virginia! It's a balmy 80 degrees outside and birds' are chirping along with a pleasant breeze, as No. 202 gallops through the picturesque fields of Crockett, ... (more)
After meeting 721, NS 048 throttles up and rolls through the beautiful fields in Crockett.
Eastbound NS stack train 23G stopped on the mainline at Crockett, VA awaiting a westbound's arrival.
The 611 hammers westbound on the Bristol Line past an old run down country store at Crockett. This could easily be the westbound Tennessean, train 45, if this were 1957.