NS 8099 rests in Yuma.
A MOW train led by No. 6190, sporting a black and white striped pilot, passes under the signal bridge at Yuma, Va.
Running Southern Style with one covered hopper bound for Eastman Chemical Company on the island track.
After dropping its two covered hoppers at Kingsport, TN this NB empty coal train is now on NS trackage and rattling its way back to the mines. Now part of history, at least here.
NS T80 with this super long 16 axle train has clear signal from Yuma into Kingsport TN and will be on CSX track in a couple miles.
387 eases under the overhead signal at Yuma.
The second of two weekend "Daniel Boone Specials" sponsored by the Old Smoky Chapter of the NRHS rolls into Yuma, VA, and past McGee's Store (out of the shot on the left). The quartet of... (more)
Southern's famed fan trip queen, 4501---the company's first 2-8-2--hammers toward Kingsport, TN along the former Appalachia Division main at Yuma, VA.
On a very rainy day, an eastbound CSX coal train cruises by an NS caboose at the west end of the yard at Yuma, VA.
The crew on 974 is calling it a day at the yard in Yuma after running lite engine from the Railroad Day event at the Natural Tunnel State Park. A CSX trackage rights train passes in the backgroun... (more)
A westbound empty hopper train rolls through Yuma on a summer afternoon, passing a former N&W cab spotted in the yard. This is Norfolk Southern trackage over which CSX has rights.
The A train, with a pair of veteran EMD's makes its way out of the Yuma yard toward Frisco with a long string of empties. Nikon D700, Nikon 24-70 f/2.8
Out of the dense fog emerges a CSX light power move making its way over Norfolk Southern rails. On a cold October morning in 2008.
Norfolk Southern's SOU RWY heitage unit waits for a crew to take a coal drag down the line.
NS 8099k poses for a portrait while assigned to coal service.