NS 90Z in the yard at Bristol.
Busy time in the Bristol Yard as V19 works on the VSW, V40 gets refueled on the main line and 819 rolls toward the yard office on the siding.
NS V19 working the yard at Bristol with the Dupont Caer Car in their train.
The face of famed Southern fan-tripper 4501 reflects the morning sun at Bristol, VA before departure on a r/t to Radford.
The early morning sun is lighting up the 37Q as it waits for a late eastbound 202 to get by.
NS 22A rolls into an empty Bristol Yard with the standard GEVO leader.
NS V40 tied down on the VSW by the entrance to the Bristol Yard.
NS 22A passes the 37Q, dealing with EOT issues, as it tries to leave the yard at Bristol. 22A would stop with DPU issues before making it out of the yard.
NS 25N idles on the main line while the local power idles off to the side.
An odd visitor relaxes in the yard at Bristol after being set-off by 38Q last night. It is very unusual to see any kind of switchers in Bristol.
An early 22A hits the curve near the old N&W/SOU roundhouse with a long train in tow.
The DPU on a late 23G shoves east through the yard at Bristol. 37Q's train is on the left of 23G.
As 22A thunders west out of the yard it passes the V19 backing down the siding after coming out of the west end of the yard, creating a meet between classic and modern power in the snow.
NS 22A proves that railroads operate in all weather as it rolls down the siding in Bristol as the snow rapidly falls to the ground.
Charred catfish...This fire damaged C40-9W leads the 37Q into Bristol on a nice day in November.
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