An up close and personal look at V19, running a former Southern SD40-2 long hood forward, as it pulls some tanks up Scott Street past the bulding which I believe was once the headquarters of the V... (more)
Fall is in the air and the city fathers have spruced up with appropriate decoration as the local adds the icing to the cake the a fine old ex-SOU classic.
With eastbound 16T clear, the local comes out of the siding and heads to Bristol past a stand of blooming Bradford pear trees.
NS V19 rolling down the middle of Scott Street with five cars coming back to the yard.
NS 3272 (Work train) returns to the Shenandoah yard after placing generators at many of the signals due to the recent storm and snowfall experienced here in Virginia.
NS V40 rolls through the crowded yard at Bristol after a short day of work serving a few industries east of town.
NS V19 has stopped short of Scott Street as it waits for traffic to clear up before they can pull into the yard off of the VSW line.
Waiting for clearance to enter wye to spot cars.
The crew of the V19 watch closely as motorists continue to dart in front of them, ignorant to the blasts of the Nathan P5, as they drag about twenty cars up Scott Street in downtown Bristol.
Local V19 street running down Scott. St. back toward the yard after a set off/pickup at Bristol Asphalt.
Bristol local NS V19 crosses Piedmont Ave. on its way back to the yard at Bristol.
NS V19 heads back across town down the middle of Scott St. on old rails which used to connect the Southern Ry yard to the NW yard.
The crew of NS V19 works across town from the Bristol Yard.