But Which Place? The famous sign proclaims "Bristol: A Good Place To Live" describing the cities of the same name in both Virginia and Tennessee as Norfolk Southern Corp Train 127... (more)
Framed by the last stubborn leaves this work train is easing forward dropping the last stick of welded rail for the inside of the curve at MP 403. I guess we’ll see the rail gang in a few weeks... (more)
The sun has set for the day as NS 201 slowly pulls from Bristol, Va after a crew change. A trio of ES44AC's pull the train west.
A better view of the nearly empty Bristol Yard.
A single SD60E is all by it's lonesome on a siding at Bristol Yard.
NS 22A makes a crew change at Bristol on a cool September afternoon.
126 with the LV/NKP duo crosses State Street into Virginia as they come through Bristol.
The Pennsylvania Heritage Unit leads 23G Eastbound into Bristol for a crew change.
201 departs Bristol Westbound for Knoxville with the Monongahela heritage unit in the lead.
15T departs Bristol for Knoxville, passing the former passenger depot.
Norfolk Southern local V19 rests at Bristol Yard after spending the afternoon switching cars on the Bristol industrial spur.
Local V19 shoves back across Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. as they enter back into the yard at Bristol after working industries on the Bristol industrial spur.
Norfolk Southern train 15T finally gets underway after a 1 1/2 hour delay at Bristol, VA, after experiencing mechanical issues on the 1070 (Wabash Heritage) as well as having to wait on paperwork ... (more)
NS local V19 heads back to Bristol after dropping off a flatcar at the metal plant at Wallace.
Bristol local V19 pulls forward past the Bristol Depot as they prepare their train to reverse to the metal plant at Wallace.