NS 233 emerges into a fresh snow after exiting Glen Alum Tunnel.
NS 233 is second in the parade today. It is usually first but not today for some reason. It's not from a lack of power as one can see.
233 rounds the bend under the steep cliffs at War Eagle, W.Va.
Four big units make up todays lashup on 233. They include a catfish, two SD 50's numbered 6518 and 6519, and a CR dash-8.
This shot shows the banked rails that are needed to help get trains through one of the toughest curves along the Pokey.
NS morning regular 233 crosses over the Bluestone River and the abandoned Bluestone Branch as it heads west toward Williamson. Directly behind the power is Coopers tunnel.
NS 9567 rolls downgrade by the rock outcrops at Cedar along the Pokey on its way to Williamson.
NS 233 eases by the side fence near downtown War Eagle. The BNSF executive with new swoosh logo was nice surprise.
233, the "Hans Stump Express", screams past the NW CPL's and the slide fence at remote War Eagle, WV with a BNSF execute swoosh SD70MAC for a leader
A 'hot" time freight banks into the steep curve at Ought One. It is one of the steepest along the Pokey.
Norfolk Southern train #233 snakes its way into the yard at Bluefield, West Virginia.
NS 7571 & 7573 in primer
Hot NS 233 west on the main. I've never seen autoracks on 233 before.