BNSF ES44AC No. 6382 leads NS 189 westbound through the S curves at Jugneck, just east of Bluefield on NS' former Norfolk & Western mainline.
Coal drag NS 959 blasts through Ada, West Virginia, located a few miles east of Bluefield, on its eastward journey.
An eastbound Norfolk Southern coal train curves through Ada, just east of Bluefield, West Virginia, on October 25, 1990.
With the sound of dynamic brakes filling the air, 18M rolls downgrade out of Bluefield passing Ada.
A westbound NS empty hopper train works upgrade at Ada, WV on the last lap into the yard at Bluefield.
After lengthy work in the yard back in Bluefield, 18M with an aging SD70M glides downhill in attempt to pick up speed.
A trio of lost UP widecabs heads up NS 196 through the hamlet of Ada, West Virginia nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Eastbound 194 splits the N&W position lights at Ada with the CofG leading the pack. About 1000ft behind me stands the new replacements for these classic signals.
Leading 755 westbound into the sun at Ada, West Virginia; a pair of ratty CP AC4400's knock down a former Norfolk and Western CPL on the Norfolk Southern Christiansburg District.
On a sunny day, an eastbound coal drag splits the N&W CPL's at Ada.
An early morning westbound rounds the curve at Ada on its way to Bluefield.
Downgrade and in dynamics, a UP ES44AC leads NS 194 into Ada along NS' Christiansburg District mainline to Roanoke.
If you would like to see what the "Fire Up 611" is all about, here's some proof. The engine is westbound with a ferry move up the East River grade to Bluefield. The day was cool and rainy, so the ... (more)
NS train 17M led by ES40DC 7673 through Ada, WV