Virginian Heritage Unit enjoying a little R&R in downtown Williamson on a warm September evening...
Let The Show Begin, I've Been Ready... HA! NKP 765 begins the 1st run in style early this morning in downtown Williamson.
Ex BN SD40-2 on the lead of a NS unit train awaiting a crew in downtown Williamson just outside the yard.
Look, Listen, & Live, spotted in Williamson this afternoon. Special thanks to Mr. Darren Porter for the heads up...
Remote controlled SD40-2 is making up a train which extends all the way back into the massive yard at Williamson.
The White House was hopping this morning as a major flood hit the Williamson area last night, and the engines were stacked in town for protection as a floodwall surrounds the city, but not the yar... (more)
Snow doesn't slow down the activity in the Williamson Yard.
NS 9035 is idling away, as NS 9878 is undergoing a crew change, and will get under way momentarily.
With the ever present gangcar standing watch from the days of the N&W, NS 9777 waits its turn to roll out of town.
Interesting lashups are a common sight coming out of the Williamson Yard.
Awaiting the green light to depart Williamson and head west.
NS 9827 stretches back into the Pokey Yard awaiting a crew. Note the new signs (W2) that have popped up around the Pocahontas Yard. I would assume the W is for Williamson, and the number indicates... (more)
An iced over autorack makes its way out of town after picking up a fresh crew in a suddenly frigid Williamson.
SD70 on the tail end of a power transfer makes its way by the old depot and through downtown Williamson on a chilly winter day.