A glimpse of sunlight provided this opportunity.Its winter in the Shenandoah Valley!
Back to Henburg on a beautiful winter morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
The graffiti on the tank of the leader could be a future NS motto "Off we go!"
NS 2507 waits for the rest of the crew to arrive in the south end of the Shenandoah.
The location name says it all! NS 7654 fights the grade to exit the south end of the Shenandoah Yard.
NS 2581 leads the newly added 201 into the yard after a fresh snow on a beautiful winter morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS 327 basks in the morning sun with the Shenandoah mountains showing peak foliage behind.
Happy Thanksgiving 2012! Today I am thankful for a few original paint Conrail blue engines remaining in mainline service. NS 5424 sits in Shenandoah a beautiful holiday morning.
NS 1023 rests in front of the NW heritage unit, NS 8103, on a beautiful morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
Running long hood forward, the Harrisonburg crew exits Shenandoah and heads for Elkton.
Nearly 6 months since it was last seen in Shenandoah yard, NS 5825 makes another sighting in Virginia.
NS 9578 leads the night's work in the back of Shenandoah yard.
Ex-CR NS 6723 leads the 37Q southbound towards Shenandoah.
NS 8807 snakes its way through the Shenandoah yard and by the station on beautiful morning. The crew would sit in this position for several hours waiting to for the pressure to rise.