A MOW train led by No. 6190, sporting a black and white striped pilot, passes under the signal bridge at Yuma, Va.
Remote controlled The always fun to capture NS 6190 remote controlled hump engine set makes an appearance at the entrance to the receiving yard where it will couple onto a train that needs... (more)
With a switch lined for its movement, the Norris yard hump engine set starts rolling away and begins to enter one of the 12 receiving tracks for the next train awaiting classification this day. <... (more)
The hump engines begin to shove another cut up the hump while A26 on the left starts to rearrange cars as well.
After reaching the south entrance to the receiving yard, this SD40-2 and slug, with party light turned on, will couple up to a cut of cars and push them over the hump to be sorted. NS 21R starts ... (more)
A nice looking slug set makes their way to the south end of the receiving yard and will start process of humping more cars at Norris Yard.
The only SD38-2 on NS along with slug 861 climb the hump in the background, with SD40-2 6190 and 860 sit waiting for their next assignment.
A view of one of the slug sets making its way further back in Buckeye yard, it was sitting on top of the hump in the background until I pulled off the road and started making my way up the overpas... (more)
Former NW SD40-2 leading NS 390.
'Long-hood forward' is not dead! NS ballast train assisting in MoW duties on the Pocahontas.