Loaded coal train idling on the main at Williamson Yard
Westbound NS 951 departs Williamson just after daybreak, with the 4 F-units and their business train.
17M heads West through Williamson W.Va.
U14 crawls through Williamson's East Yard, with 3 special painted units, NS 8103 the Norfolk & Western heritage, NS 4000, in the special AC44C6M commemorative scheme, and NS 1071, the Jersey Centr... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Norfolk and Western heritage unit leads a train around the curve at Williamson.
After waiting on 3 Westbound time freights to pass, 80K pulls out of Williamson with their 235 car coal train.
Westbound 233 rolls through Williamson, passing the West End of the Flood Wall, with the 911 First Responders engine leading.
U02 shoves their one car from Nelson Brothers back towards Williamson, with an ex-CSX C40-8 for power.
A standard cab SD70 leads 578 Eastbound under the cantilever signal at College.
An ex-BN SD60M leads 52X Eastbound by the signals at College, bound for a crew change in Williamson.
A BNSF ES44DC leads 65M through West Williamson, passing the welcome message on the flood wall.
A colorful assortment of power on 11G passes through the West flood gate at Williamson. 11G is rather new to these parts, running Roanoke to Elkhart.
A newer UP SD70ACe brings 52R through West Williamson, bound for a crew change in Williamson Yard.
Behind a pair of SD70ACU rebuilds and an ex-CSX Dash 8, 776 crawls into Williamson, about to take a restricting signal into the yard.