NS 201 crosses the New River in Radford.
On a hot sunny day in Virginia, the Wabash and Southern Heritage Units lead westbound 201 across the New River in Radford on the Pulaski District
After dropping the passengers off in downtown Radford for a lunch break, 630 heads past an old N&W signal on the way to the wye at Walton to turn the train.
Sure, it's probably the most overdone shot on the whole District, but the impressive New River bridge is a hard shot to pass up! Shortly after departing after the layover in Radford, the 630 and c... (more)
A roundtrip excursion Leaving Radford Va returning to Bristol Va
A local led by recently renumbered NS B32-8 562, an SD40-2 and another B32-8 are putting their train together in Radford Yard and will head to Bristol shortly.
On a February day in 1990, the long lines of older N&W locomotives stored at Radford, VA yielded at least one surprise. N&W SD45 1776 had been repainted red, white and blue as the road's tribute t... (more)
It's not very often you see three SD40-2's leading a mainline freight in 2013, but here's NS train 39Q with NS 6110 and two others leaving the yard after making a pickup / set off in Radford, VA. ... (more)
On one of NS' excursions from Radford to Bristol, SOU 630 pulls the consist across the bridge in Radford in preparation to make tracks back to Bristol.
Southern 630 and train are returning from the wye at Walton to pick up passengers at Radford for the return to Bristol. Until Pepper Tunnel was built, this location (via Radford, where a second br... (more)
Southern Railway #630 cruises into Radford, VA over the New River.
After leading an excursion to Radford from Bristol earlier in the morning, Southern 630 begins her trek back west to Bristol, crossing the New River outside of downtown Radford. The Tennessee Vall... (more)
Eastbound stacks cross the New River.
An appropriately oriented NS 6124 poses with a short cut of cars at Radford during March 2000. What a splendid rendition of SD40-2 these were, with their long hood mounted bells and clasp brakes!
15T soars over the New River in Radford with a long train in tow.