NS 746 with the brand new EMDX locomotives cruises around the rock cut in Pine Hall with a loaded coal train for the Belews Creek Steam Station.
NS 272 with the Monongahela heritage unit comes around the rock cut into Pine Hall, NC.
NS 8104 pushes a limestone train past Pine Hall up the steep grade to the Duke Power Steam Station in Belews Creek, NC.
The NS 1067 Reading with the 1071 Jersey Central trailing lead the 746 south through Pine Hall on the way to Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS 8100 leads the 756 to Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS 8074 with the NS 1071 Jersey Central trailing leads the 756 through Pine Hall, NC in route to Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS 8100 Nickel Plate Road leads the 756 south on the Pumpkin Vine through Pine Hall and on towards Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS 8099 Southern along with the NS 1068 Erie trailing head through Pine Hall, NC just north of the spur for Belews Creek Steam Station, which is the destination for it's 105 car load of coal.
754 glides down to Belews Creek Junction.
V78 Backs over the Dan River to deliver some cars to the Belews Creek Power Plant.
755 knocks down the northbound signal at Pine Hall as it leaves the Steam Station and heads toward Roanoke.
756 crosses Pine Hall road and Pipe Plant road, about 5 miles away from it's destination of Belews Creek Steam Station.