The hulk of the old coaling tower still stands at remote Miller Yard, VA in this 2002 scene. This facility once filled the tenders of Interstate and Clinchfield compound 2-8-8-2s, Clinchfield 4-6-6-4s, and even L&N 2-8-2s for a time. The L&N acquired trackage rights from Norton to Miller Yard in 1930, but only used them five years before turning their traffic over to the Interstate on a flat rate-per car fee. Miller Yard's days began to wane after 1973, when L&N sent its traffic to the Clinchfield via N&W trackage rights to St. Paul. By the mid-'80s, the Miller Yard line was abandoned. The portion through the Guest River Gorge from Flatwoods to Bangor is now a hiking trail. Today, Miller Yard is merely a passing siding along the Clinch River on CSX's KP Subdivison.