194 rounds the bend before entering the Glen Alum Tunnel
A Sunday cruise along the Pokey with plenty of power. I know it is a dash 9. I forgot to change it b4 I subbed the pic.
Who says the Pokey has been shut down due to the Heartland Corridor project? Looking like a tight squeeze, NS 766 at a ten miles per hour slow order passes workers drilling the roof of the tunnel ... (more)
Shot from the North side of the West portal of Glen Alum Tunnel. The Heartland Corridor Project will soon change the area forever.
Typical Pokey scenery with the whistle post and masonary work holding the overhanging rock up.
NS 233 emerges into a fresh snow after exiting Glen Alum Tunnel.
A coal drag heading east exits Glen Alum tunnel, enroute to Iaeger Yard and more service up a remote branchline.
With the sun just below the ridge the conductor on the stopped 57M gives an eastbound hopper train a good roll by.
A chip off the ole block. My son, Jacob, salutes a coal train as it exits the Glen Alum Tunnel. It's cool to have a kid that enjoys the hobby as much as me.
Up north they have the silver snake train. Well, down in southern WVA, we have the black snake train. The engines, new cars and even the load is black.
Bursting out of the west portal of Glen Alum tunnel, NS 9759 heads west to Williamson with mtys on the Pokey.
With the evening sun quickly slipping away in the Tug Fork Valley, a unit coal train pokes its head out of the Glen Alum tunnel along this remote and rugged section of the Pokey.
The back side of an NS Dash 9.
NS 17M makes its way west via the Glen Alum Tunnel.
Welcome back to the Pokey, NS 185. After a brief hiatus, NS 185 is back on the Pokey. It seems to be more of a mixed freight instead of a boxcar train this time around.