A snowy day on the The Pokey at Glen Alum.
NS leased, UP power returns MTY's to Williamson.
An autorack kicks up some snow at Glen Alum.
Up close and personal along the Pokey...
NS U23 eases towards Glen Alum Tunnel. It will stop just on the other side so the conductor at the other end can throw the switch to back up the Gilbert Branch.
A coal train rounds the bend amid a hint of smoke in the air from a nearby forrest fire.
After 3 years of blood, sweat and tears, the Heartland Corridor Project opened up today for doublestacks. Here is the first one to exit Glen Alum Tunnel.
The ole gal looks pretty good with a fresh coat of paint.
A hint of fall can be seen along the Pokey.
The lights off an engine highlight the new notches for doublestacks.
As an eastbound train passes through the dark of night fellow RP.net contributors B.A. Harrison and J.B. Lockard get their shots down below. A big thanks to goes out to J.B. for taking off enough ... (more)
A freight train makes the ice fly.
NS 217 is right on 233's tail and closing fast as both try to make up some time lost fighting the snow and cold.
A mine run eases out of Glen Alum Tunnel watching for the icicles that had formed inside of it.
Seeing this EMD standard cab working hard against the Pokey grade was worth putting up with the cold and blowing snow for. Thanks to PPD for buying me a round to warm up with afterward at the CWC.