U14 crawls through Williamson's East Yard, with 3 special painted units, NS 8103 the Norfolk & Western heritage, NS 4000, in the special AC44C6M commemorative scheme, and NS 1071, the Jersey Centr... (more)
A NS loader crew is stopped at Arrow on the NS Williamson District main to get track from the dispatcher for the trip up the Delorme Branch. Once they got track authority, the crew pulled by to ge... (more)
U14 shoves towards Jamboree where they will load the system hopper train. Moves on this line have became even less and less common over time, down to only a couple a week.
Shoving up the Delorme Branch to Jamboree, U14 crosses over KY Route 632 and Right Fork Peter Creek in Phelps.
The U14, which has spent the past 24 hours tied down at the KY Route 194 crossing at Freeburn on the Delorme Branch, waits on the crew to take the Belews Creek bound coal train East towards Bluefi... (more)
U14 splits the CPL signals at Delorme headed Eastbound.
Originating in Williamson, NS U14 shoves across Route 632 near Phelps, in far eastern Kentucky. The train has just diverted away from NS' Delmore Branch and onto an adjacent mine spur.
U14 has just left the main at Sprigg and creeps along up the Alma Branch, between WV Route 49 and the Tug Valley Country Club Golf Course. This light movement, with a C40-8W and NS 1069, the Virgi... (more)
Shifter U14 comes East through Sprigg, bound for the Delorme Branch a few miles East, where he will have to shove up to the mine.
An ex-Oakway SD60 leads a coal train off the recently reopened Alma Branch.
With loaded coal cars off the Delorme trailing behind in the steep elevated curve, minerun U14 prepares to get underway again. Spring has just started to touch the narrow Tug Fork valley on this l... (more)
After suffering electrical problems, mine run U14 out of Jamboree 5 crosses Peter Creek. U14 will wait for congestion on the Pokey to clear before crawling downhill another four miles to the main.
A conductor prepares to set out a car that was missed while loading a coal train. Meanwhile, a mail train wastes no time getting out of the way.
After a Plethora of problems all day, NS U14 is finally on the Pokey and headed east.