Westbound Norfolk Southern train 69V is stopped just east of the East 9th Street crossing in Big Stone Gap, Virginia while waiting to receive permission to enter the Andover Yard limits. NS 69V i... (more)
NS 69V moving quickly by the S52 mile marker.
The crew parked 69V on the siding at West Oyama, allowing for some great shots as the sun quickly set.
The time for the SD90MAC's running around on NS is running short. Several units have already entered the rebuild program in Roanoke, and thus catching them leading will become much more difficult... (more)
Three NS unit grind up the grade and around the sweeping curve at Jarrett's Tunnel in the Old Fort Loops.
After a morning of chasing the Southern (TVRM) excursion to Asheville, we learned that the WB 69V was approaching with the CNJ leading. Here, NS #1071 approaches Asheville with the empty limeston... (more)
A look through the short Jarrett Tunnel finds the CNJ heritage unit leading NS 69V out of the siding at Coleman near the top of the Old Fort Loops. Thank you to Grady McKinley for the help on find... (more)
While 630 was laying over in Asheville for 3 hours, we managed to catch NS 1071, the CNJ Heritage unit, coming into Asheville leading empty limestone train 69V.
While 630 was laying over in Asheville for 3 hours, we managed to catch NS 1071, the CNJ Heritage unit, east of Asheville leading an empty limestone train.
Norfolk Southern's Virginian heritage unit eases over US-58 Alternate at St. Paul, Virginia. The Virginian Railway was located in Virginia and West Virginia where it mainly hauled coal from the co... (more)
A single GP38-2 is all the power needed to handle empty steel train 69V north today.The train has just left NS A.O. Smith Yard with empties unloaded along the riverfront into barges.