A westbound intermodal knocks down the classic signals and code line at "Stones Mill" as the sun quickly sets.
Seen here riding parallel to I-81 in Wytheville, NS 1074 continues to put on a smoke show reminiscent of an A Class hustling freight south towards Bristol. This was the last stop for Joseph Hunnel... (more)
NS 201 rolls west through the countryside in Wytheville, Va with the Erie heritage unit up front.
Southbound intermodal 201 makes its way through Wytheville.
NS 15T rolls west through a scenic Wytheville, Va on the Pulaski district.
Norfolk Southern's Penn Central Heritage unit leads stack train 22A west through Wytheville, Va., passing the N&W CPL's that guard the east end of the Wytheville passing siding at Stones Mill. Fro... (more)
NS 201 wastes no time getting its train to Bristol. Today's train is lead by a trio of Union Pacific motors. The remaining CPLs on the Pulaski district are on there last days. Many locations alrea... (more)
A Canadian Pacific GEvo leads the hottest westbound on the Pulaski District. The crew on NS 201 is wasting no time getting its train to Bristol.
A classic Norfolk and Western Color Position signal is on borrowed time as it's PTC-mandated replacement looms nearby. These infamous sentinels are falling quickly on the Norfolk Southern's Pulask... (more)
NS V34 curves through Wytheville behind a pair of standard cab EMDs. Behind the train are former NW CPLs and are one of six control points still left standing on the Pulaski District
Westbound 817 passes through the still standing CPL mast at Stones Mill, at the East End of the Wytheville siding on the Pulaski District between Roanoke and Bristol.
Definitely a historical shot here, with telegraph poles and a classic N&W CPL, seen standing guard at Stone's Mill as westbound 165 eases by.
NS 201 splits the old N&W CPLs as it weaves through the S-curve at the east end of Wytheville.
As the evening light begins to fade to darkness, the eastbound 23G rounds the bend at "Wytheville" with 28 loads and a DPU in tow. Fireworks will soon light the sky followed by a heavy t... (more)