Loaded Norfolk Southern coal train 722 rolls east over Virginia Route 63 in St.Paul, Virginia on the Clinch Valley District.
Norfolk Southern train 722 moves coal east across Kennedy trestle near the community of Dwina, Virginia between the towns of Coeburn and St.Paul on the Clinch Valley District.
The NS 117 with BNSF power trailing, heads west on the Buckeye Line to do a setoff and pickup in Buckeye yard. With Buckeye Yard now closed, this train does not head this way anymore.
25N moves along the Pulaski District with a pair of catfish.
NS 285 heads east at Clark Station Road near Fisherville with two C40-9Ws and one car. The train will head into the mixing center at Shelbyville where they hopefully will make a large pickup.
Eastbound 18G rolls through Glenfield on No. 3 Track.
NS Stack Train 24V hammers East leaning into the curves at Steel City with two widecabs leading the way.
In the last few months of single tracking, an NS eastbound passes through Bound Brook on the Lehigh.
Not very much traffic on NS today due to a derailment just miles north of here.
Looking very much like a model, 23W emerges from a tunnel, crosses above the CSX main, and then enters the massive span of the Port Perry Bridge over the Monongahela River.
A 520 coal train negotiates a sharp curve while slowly descending the OC Bridge ramp as it approaches the Ft. Wayne Line.