Empty coal bucket 745 crosses Kennedy Trestle, one of the many curved trestles between Coeburn and St.Paul on the scenic Clinch Valley District.
An empty coal train heading back to the mines in West Virginia, is seen concaving out of the wondrous marvel known as Natural Tunnel. The tunnel, which is 838 feet in length, was formed in the Ple... (more)
745 passes the signal at Big Stone Gap, entering yard limits on a restricting heading into Appalachia. At Appalachia, a mine shifter crew will take over the train to shove up through the yard at A... (more)
745 passes the East End of the passing siding at Jasper, headed for Big Stone Gap.
745 returns westbound into Asheville with NS #4001 doing the honors on this beautiful Fall afternoon in western North Carolina.
Newly released NS 4005 and 4003 lead NS Train No. 745 westbound out of Natural Tunnel near Glenita, Virginia as it returns with empty coal hoppers after its first revenue run since leaving Juniata... (more)
Returning from it's first revenue run, NS 4005 and 4003 lead westbound Catawba empties at Wolf Creek on the river line.
Some fall color still remains in the trees as one of NS's "Blue Bonnet" DC-to-AC rebuilds grinds up the Southern Loops west of Old Fort.
KCS 4841 leads Norfolk Southern empty coal train #745 eastbound out of Little Bull Tunnel near St. Paul, Virginia along the former NW Lower Clinch Valley District of the Pocahontas Division in a l... (more)
NS 745 with 99 coal cars bound for storage pulls through the Old Yard in Spencer and will soon tie down to await the next crew.
745 splits the signals at the S138 with the lingering rainbow from a recent thunderstorm.
745 passes through Craggy as it departs Asheville with a trio of brand new ET44ACs for power on this beautiful Summer morning in the mountains.
A Standard Cab D9 brings empty Duke hoppers through the West Connelly signals
NS 745 brings empty Duke Power hoppers by the West Connelly signals.
NS 8829 and its crew gets blinded by the sun as they are coming through the Southern part of Big Stone on their journey to Norton.