Coal moves east on the Pokey to a Progress Energy Plant down south while loaded Top Gons sits in Devon storage tracks waiting to be picked up and taken west towards Williamson.
A coal train banks into the tight curve at Ought One.
A tanker train snakes its way thru the Tug River Valley on a foggy morning.
A couple of old work horses pulls an autorack train around the tight bend at Ought One.
The Southern heritage unit is out of pusher service along the Pokey and now finds itself the lead of this westbound coal train as it leaves the Pocahontas and enters the Kenova Dist.
An empty coal train passes the classic N&W CPL's still standing guard at Old Joe.
NS 217 roars out of Gen Alum Tunnel with a load of hot doublestacks.
A lone Virginian Heritage unit hustles loaded Top Gons along the Pokey with the coal dust flying.
A tanker train with a CN leader, provides a nice contrast against the spring colors along the Pokey.
A tanker train leave the Pokey and heads east for Virginia in the driving rain.
An April shower has made it a tuff trip up the Pokey grade. The pushers have cut off the rear and its downhill into the yard now.
The Erie Heritage Unit crosses the Bluestone River.
The Lehigh Valley heritage unit is paired with another AC unit and serving in Pusher service along the Pokey.
The NS heritage unit has spent most of its short life in pusher service along Pokey.
The Southern heritage unit seems to have found a home on the Pokey in pusher service.