Former BN, SOO, and BNSF units sit in the dead lines at Roanoke as they await to be sold off, scraped or put back into service.
Dozens of Norfolk Southern locomotives sit stored at Roanoke Yard. Some have since been sold off.
The sun sets over the lines of stored engines in Norfolk Southern's yard in Roanoke, Virginia.
N&W 611 brings the excursion train into the station in Roanoke
On a beautiful spring day, the Norfolk & Western Class J 611 backs her train to the Randolph St control point to unload her passengers for a three hour layover in downtown Roanoke Virginia. This w... (more)
The homecoming celebration at the O. Winston Link Museum has just ended and the beautifully restored Norfolk & Western J Class No. 611 eases her train through the Roanoke Yard and into the setting... (more)
It's a hot May evening as a pedestrian bridge full of railfans and onlookers wait on the J Class 611 to continue her way into the yard, While waiting, a rail train made an appearance and continued... (more)
Four sets of power, two N&W cabooses and three various trains sit in the east end of the Roanoke Yard waiting to get crews and continue working on their assignments.
A GP40-2 and its two slugs get ready to shove another cut of cars over the hump at Roanoke. In the background another slug set and butthead keep things moving in the Star City.
Guiding Light Norfolk and Western 1218 is guided out of the Virginia Museum of Transportation museum grounds to begin its short journey down to the O Winston Link Museum. Who knows what th... (more)
A pair of E units sit in NS's Roanoke Yard in a line of cars with "scrap" spary painted on the sides.