The original Norfolk Southern heritage unit leads NS 19M, the new 189, westbound into Roanoke for a crew change a to work the yard. It is passing what is left of the dead line. Now it mainly consi... (more)
The N&W 2156 is well on her way west to St. Louis, seen here in Elliston, Va. It'll definitely be sad not seeing her at the Virginia Museum of Transportation anymore.
An AC44C6M leads NS 195 out of a relatively full Bluefield yard on a dark and cool April morning.
CSXT G904 rolls south in the mountains of North Carolina on the former Clinchfield main in a light snowfall. To the left is the North Toe River.
WMSR 1309 approaches the crossing just before Helmstetter's curve in La Vale, MD.
A brand new AC44C6M rebuild leads a Herzog ballast train north at Arcadia, VA along the Roanoke district.
Seen from high above Welch, Wv., the pusher for NS 820 head east through town enroute to Bluefield.
The CSX OCS heads east through the sleepy forgotten town of Thurmond, Wv. after the sun has gone down behind the mountain for the day.
Eastbound manifest NS 392 passes over the trestle in Welch, WV with the Erie heritage unit in charge.
UP’s Employee Assistance Program ACe sits in the fueling track in Norfolk Southern’s south yard in Roanoke, VA.
At exactly 9pm on the dot, NS 810 with an ACU leader makes it's way east on the Whitethorne District under a fiery sky and a downpour.
After sitting in the yard all day, NS 65W is finally under way, seen here passing through Bluefield yard by the old N&W coaling tower.
Soaring over the trestle in Welch, Wv, NS 17M continues its journey westward. On point is the Erie heritage unit.
I was asked by a guy in a car driving by the tunnel if the N&W 611 was coming, I said no. If he had stayed for the show he may have thought I was lying at first. A brand new SD70ACe emerges out of... (more)
The 611 has just pulled her train onto the main in Goshen, VA and is beginning her afternoon excursion east to Staunton.