A day after a record snowstorm, Amtrak service resumes as the Palmetto makes its way south.
A CSX coal train makes it up the grade from the Appomattox River at the height of the snowstorm.
Norfolk Southern coal train 822 heads east during a early December snowstorm.
NS SD70ACe #1101 leads a long intermodal train on the Norfolk Line on a snowy December morning.
NS SD70M leads a grain train on the Petersburg Belt Line on a snowy December afternoon.
The CSX local returns to the rest of their train after working the siding at International Paper.
NS V07 runs around its train before heading east to Portlock Yard.
The Ringling Brothers an Barnum Bailey Red Unit train makes it final run over the Blue Ridge mountains on its way to Norfolk.
The Norfolk & Western heritage units heads to Atlantic Waste after picking up cars from interchange with CSXT at Collier Yard.
Done with their work for today, they will likely come back tomorrow and continue south, spotting cars at different grain elevators for loading along the line.
The Southern heritage unit leads daily Portsmouth to Crewe intermodal V07.
Although the forecast called for a rain/snow mix, it appears the snow is winning this battle today.
A brand new Norfolk Southern SD70ACe and CP AC440CW leads empty hoppers west in the few remaining snow showers from a nor'easter storm