Tito siding these days without what was once common meets along The Appalachia District.
A CSX coal train, running on NS trackage rights between Big Stone Gap, Va. and Frisco, Tenn., approaches Tito, Va.
A light early April snowfall coats the higher elevations and the loaded hoppers as NS coal train 76M rolls through Tito, Va.
Empty hoppers pass through Tito on their return trip to the Appalachia area.
After meeting a westbound CSX empty hopper train at Tito, a three unit pusher set moves an eastbound NS coal drag out of Tito.
After meeting westbound empties (NS 585) at Tito, NS 608's pushers approach the signal at Tito as they assist 608 on its eastward journey on a rainy SW Virginia spring day.
NS 607, a Yuma Turn, slows to a stop at Tito to meet incoming empties. The engineer stated that radio-controlled, mid-train helpers had only been used a few times in the last month and, to his kno... (more)
A fast moving weather front through the southwest Virginia area produced high winds and driving rain and resulted in a 20-25 degree temperature drop. Although the worst was over, a light rain cont... (more)
CSXT 7069 appears to have seen its better days as it leads a unit coal train, running on NS trackage rights, at Tito. Note that the second engine in the consist, SF 8079, is painted in the "Kodach... (more)
In the hole for an eastbound the leader of a westbound CSX train, running on NS, is idling in the weak winter sun late on a chilly day.
In the hole, in the dying rays of a cold winter sun this northbound train will be on the go again soon as the helpers of an eastbound NS unit coal train go whining by.
In the hole on NS trackage with a northbound (westbound on NS) hopper train and waiting to meet an eastbound NS man with unit coal, this unit has some time to cool down.
A First Union Bank "Furbie" leaser is shoving on the rear of an eastbound CSX coal train at Tito, VA (just south of Jasper) on the first day of June 2002. First Union eventually morphed ... (more)
An eastbound CSX coal train is about a half mile west of the control point at Tito, VA as it crosses the North Fork of the Clinch River. This is high in the watershed, so at this point, the river ... (more)
NS 9887 and 2 other CW40-9's lead an empty coal train through the countryside at Tito, VA while a farmer bales hay.