The end of the day has come for the Central Division crew on 16T as they pass the I2A tied down in the yard.
Thanks to a call from fellow RP.net contributor Dustin Grizzle, I was able to get this shot of 16T with a very clean SD70M-2 in the lead. I haven't seen a M-2 so clean since they were brand new.
16T nears a crew change as it is shown here about 1.8 miles west of Bristol Yard with a surprise leader.
NS 16T has ran around 111 and is about to meet an I2A that has waited back for the meet with this hot 16T.
NS 16T, designated a key train today, heads east on a nice spring day by the Post Office at Meadowview, VA.
NS 16T makes its way into Bristol behind a filthy SD70M-2.
16T crosses Compton Trestle at a reduced speed as the train prepares to meet 35Q at Bentonville.
Northbound manifest heads toward Vardo Yard in Hagerstown.
As the evening sun is just about to pass below the horizon, NS 16T drags into Bristol with a short train of mixed freight
The packed parking lot below the trestle means only one thing in January: It is a fairly warm day and people are out on the C&O Towpath as 16T heads north towards Hagerstown.
A GE Dash 9 and two EMD's haul 16T northbound over the trestle at Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
NS 16T blows through the snow Eastbound through Bristol, VA
NS 16T knocks down the CP signals at Ford to tie the train down for the outbound deadhead crew in transit from Roanoke, VA
Nortbound 16T passes over a river of snow. In the distance a pick-up truck and two port-a-johns float
Yup! Its NS 16T.