With downtown Williamson in the background, a colorful consist including NS 'First Responders' SD60E No. 911, a former BN Executive 70MAC, and an NS GE ease a Duke coal train into the Williamson Y... (more)
Exiting Mingo Tunnel and through the flood wall at Williamson near CP 'College', NS SD60E No. 911 leads a Duke coal train east across the N&W mainline bound for the Carolinas.
Former NS EMD SD60 No. 6577 rebuilt as NS' specially painted EMD SD60E No. 911 leads a Duke utility coal train through Naugatuck, enroute to North Carolina from the coalfields of West Virginia.
Approaching Naugatuck, NS' specially painted EMD SD60E No. 911 leads a former BN EMD SD70MAC and an NS GE toward Williamson, W.Va., with a loaded Duke utility coal train in tow.
NS' specially painted EMD SD60E No. 911 leads Duke Energy loads for Williamson, W.Va., exiting Tunnel 4 on the former N&W Kenova District mainline.
Headed through the rural town of Naugatuck, NS First Responders GP38-2 No. 5642 leads the NS Safety train between Kenova and Williamson, W.Va., on the NS Pokey main.
The NS Safety train, led by NS' specially painted 'First Responders' GP38-2 No. 5642 passes through Prichard on its mainline run to Williamson, W.Va., and points east.
236 passes Eastbound through the signals at Gate, paralleling the Tug Fork, as viewed from the US 119 bridge
J13 brings empty coal hoppers East through Nolan on their way to Williamson
133 parallels US 52 headed eastbound through Maher towards Williamson
851 parallels US 52 through Maher with a pair of AC44C6M rebuilds.
A pair of foreigners in the West Virginia hills bring coal along the twisting right of way past a classic set of N&W CPLs at Chattaroy, WV as the train nears Williamson.
The only train on the entire district at 2:30 on Christmas Eve, 961 passes under the signals at College with 5 EMDX exports bound for Norfolk.
The NS OCS soars above the town of Kenova on the Ohio River bridge as it continues north to Bellevue.
951 passes by Mountain View Memory Garden in Maher, as the sun comes up through the fog raising from the Tug Fork Valley.