The NS horses are lined up ready to head south as the Blue Ridge moutains provide the starting line.
15T arrives in the Shenandoah yard on sunny fall morning. Recently, NS crews and yard operations have adopted some pretty stylish vests as seen in the cab here.
15T begins its southbound move out of the Shenandoah yard towards Elkton, VA on a beautiful fall morning.
After waiting for the 38Q to clear Stanley, VA, 93V comes SB with NS 9370 as the sole motor on this work train.
NS 3548 sits off the main with the empties to be returned SB to Roanoke, VA. Ex-BN CEFX 7077 sits in the second motor position as the Shenandoah Valley begins to experience some fall foliage.
Paperworking printed? Check! Lights washed? Check! In all my years of watching trains depart the Shenandoah yard, I have never seen this maintenance procedure performed before! And the engineer ha... (more)
NS 8390 with mis-matched number boards makes its way south. Notice the new rail ready to be set south of Shenandoah.
16T crosses the Compton trestle with ex-Oakway now GMTX 9034 as the second motor.
A rare GP38-3 leads the empties headed back to Roanoke, VA.
Ex-Southern, NS 3561 leads the empties headed back to Roanoke, VA.
NS 5668 sits off the main after arriving late Friday night. The 4 unit lashup is headed to Roanoke, VA.
NS 5098 sits in the yard at Shenandoah after returning from its evening deliveries.
The local sits off the main after returning from deliveries at Ranson and Dupont.