Running as Z559 on trackage rights over CSX's Kingsport Sub, NS 710 crosses over the high bridge at Copper Creek, with their home railroad's Appalachia District on the low bridge below.
Q692 exits the second of the 2 Hill Station twin tunnels between Copper Creek and Starnes on the Kingsport Sub.
After being talked by signals all the way up the branch due to rusty rail, U01 passes the CPL at Bluebird on the Wolf Creek Branch, almost to Pontiki mine to load.
CSX U090 is a few miles away from getting on home rails at Big Stone Gap, passing through an S-curve between Big Stone Gap and Jasper.
CSX U090, running as KT24 on trackage rights on NS' Appalachia District, passes through Watkins, as the sun rises and fog raises early on a September morning.
CSX U090, running as KT24 on trackage rights on NS' Appalachia District, exits the West portal of Natural Tunnel, reflecting into a still slightly murky Stock Creek.
Q277 passes down the street running of Main Street in La Grange, in a downpour.
A long Q231 starts down the street running section of La Grange, KY, with an SD70MAC leader.
After getting a pusher and a recrew at Farm, 83G rolls by the N&W coaling tower at Farm with the Conrail Heritage Unit leading.
83G eases out of Big Four #1 Tunnel, with a stop signal just around the bend due to another train ahead getting its pusher.
810 begins their pull out of Gilbert Yard on the Virginian Main. This small yard, which has became much busier in recent years since the closing of the PD District East of Elmore, was at one point... (more)
810 tops the grade on the Gilbert Branch with 110 tidewater loads, exiting Staggerweed Tunnel at Ben Creek, headed towards the Pokey main at Wharncliffe.
50V crosses from Ohio into West Virginia across the big bridge that spans over Kenova, passing over the "New Yard" down along the river levee.
50V passes through downtown Fort Gay on a dreary evening with a BC Rail leader.
Running light to Aliff and Jazbo to pick up empties for Gary 50, 813 heads into the tunnel just West of Cub Creek Junction, on the other end.