NS 772 curves through the lush foliage approaching the west portal of Little Tom Tunnel.
"Tight Fit" -
The Interstate heritage locomotive makes a bright statement as a heavy spring storm has diminished last light of the day along the Clinch Valley. Having just left Alpha... (more)
Grinding upgrade on the former N&W, a horsehead GE leads eastbound coal drag 772 through the fog and between the iconic CPL's at Claren on the Pocahontas District.
Eastbound coal train on the former Virginian passes the CPL's at McCoy along the New River in later October, 2014.
A pair of Norfolk Southern's veteran GE's lead an eastbound coal drag through Ingleside on the former N&W Christiansburg District.
As the snow melts, Norfolk Southern's Nickel Plate Road heritage unit leads 772 eastbound as it meets 17M under the N&W CPL's.
Both the "Original NS" and N&W Heritage Units help shove a ballast train from Bluefield to Richlands on the Clinch Valley District.
With the Glen Lyn power plant in operation, a pair of NS's newest horses lug NS 772 east and into a 25mph speed restriction up the New River toward Narrows
NS 51R grain train heads into the sun as it passes NS 772 which has brakes smoking as it rolls downgrade
Creeping out of Toms Creek Hollow, NS 772 makes it way back to Coeburn, VA. and then east on the N&W Clinch Valley Main.
NS 772 is approaching Little Tom Tunnel near Banner, VA.
NS 772 rolls eastbound through Cleveland, VA with BO cars.
NS 772 Loops around St. Paul, VA on its eastbound journey.