Amtrak Northeast Regional #156 has just left the Roanoke Station and is eastbound passing the Norfolk Southern East End Shops on it's way to Lynchburg.
NS 165 slowly pulls into the Roanoke, Va yard with an SD70M leader. In the background is downtown Roanoke, and to the right is just a portion of the hundreds of locomotives in the dead line.
Amtrak heads out of the star city of Roanoke, Va along the canal.
The Southern heritage unit leads NS 165 westbound into Roanoke, Va as it skirts along the canal. This is the first time I had seen this unit leading
Norfolk & Western GE U30B 8492 with two SD40-2s at Roanoke, Virginia on March 29, 1977. Roster of N&W U30Bs (1930-1964, 8365-8514)
A pair of SD40-2 variants shove a local back into Roanoke terminal, seen here from control point 8 1/2 street.
NS 825 slowly pulls westbound out of the yard in Roanoke at Control Point WB with an SD70ACe leading the way.
A loaded export coal train has just arrived in Roanoke, Va's South Yard with a GECX standard cab Dash-8 on point. In the middle a test train sits awaiting adhesion testing on the Winston Salem Dis... (more)
Norfolk Southern's experimental battery powered locomotive sits in storage at the East End Shops. Note the removed number boards
ES44AC #8178 leads NS 165 westbound into Roanoke, Va. The first AC44C6M (#4000) is second in line.
The Nickel Plate heritage unit leads NS 51W into Roanoke, Va.
A dash-9 leads NS 236 eastbound out of Roanoke, Va by the Amtrak platform.
An ET44AC leads a westbound empty domestic coal into Roanoke, Va by the canal.
A westbound empty grain train rolls into Roanoke with a dash 9 on point.
NS 51W slows as it enters Roanoke, Va. The Nickel Plate Road heritage unit leads the way as it will enter the yard for a fresh crew and fuel.