NS 38Q noisily makes his way East through Abingdon, VA with NS 8099 leading the way toward Roanoke on a rainy afternoon.
NS 8099 heads East with a long 38Q.
NS 8099 leads a very long 38Q East.
On a rainy afternoon, NS 38Q meets his counterpart 37Q in the siding at Duncan, this siding was first constructed in the early 90s and is the longest siding on the District.
With the sound of EMD's and a GE widecab engine in full throttle, NS 38Q makes his presence known as he charges uphill out of Marion and into the hamlet of Atkins as light rain falls.
NS 38Q storms past the old N&W station at Marion on a stormy July 2011 afternoon.
On the cold and rainy afternoon of May 4th, 2011, I ventured out on the half mile long bridge between Radford and Fairlawn to shoot 38Q crossing the New River. After waiting 20 minutes, I finally ... (more)
4 Norfolk Southern engines, head up 38Q through the beautiful rolling hills of Southwest Virginia in Wytheville.
NS 38Q brings a manifest train East to Bristol with 2 ES44AC's, 8068 and 8069 on the point.
38Q comes into Enola Yard on track B with a UP C40-8 as the second unit. Notice the small UP shield under the cab has a white placard on it stating NS lease.
NS 38Q drifts down the grade to the Shenandoah River as it passes the farms at Limeton
An early morning visit to the Bristol Yard found quite a crowd and bustle of activity. From left to right: A former Conrail C40-8W awaiting service, NS V40, NS V19, NS 37Q (setting off two units i... (more)
NS 38Q pulls away from the Bristol yard office with an eight unit consist that includes 5 EMDs.
NS 2755 sits with manifest train 38Q on the ex-Reading, NS Lurgan Branch bridge over the Susquehanna River, while waiting to enter Harrisburg Yard.