NS 25N, headed up by a all CSX consist pulls along side NS 22A in the Bristol Yard.
NS 22A heads west down the main, it's crew just a few hundred feet from the yard office and a few hours off.
NS V19 heads West back to the yard office to tie their train down for the afternoon V 40 crew.
Bristol local V19 returns to the yard after making a delivery to Camac Corp.
NS 37Q takes siding 7 in the Bristol with 2 Union Pacific Dyna Cats as the first 4 high and wide loads on the train.
NS 22A arrives in Bristol with an Ex-Conrail leader.
NS 25N starts West past the old N&W Station under a beautiful October sky.
NS 25N, with a new crew, rolls past NS 236, about to change crews, as the engineers exchange a friendly wave.
Fresh off a crew change, NS 25N heads west out of Bristol for a meet with NS 236 at Piney Flats. (Note the bag of ice the crew left on the front porch).
NS 723 holds and waits for a signal at Ford and permission to reverse into the siding where they will tie the train down for a TN Central Division crew.
This Virginia Division crew eases NS 723 down the siding past the 099 before cutting the train in half and tieing it down.
NS VA Division 37Q crew brings their train down track 7 in the Bristol yard to be tied down for a TN Central Division crew to take over later in the day.
NS 787 with BNSF SD70MAC in executive scheme on the head end enters the east end of the Bristol Yard
NS 787 with BNSF SD70MAC in executive scheme on the head end is about to be split in half and be tied down in the Bristol Yard
The crew of NS 23G with an engineer trainee at the throttle brings their train into the yard for a much needed crew change.