A single ACu pulls a westbound grain train into Roanoke, Va.
A dash 9 leads eastbound NS 236 out of Roanoke, Va after a quick crew change.
NS 29G rolls into Roanoke for a crew change with the N&W heritage unit leading the way. To the left is Freight Car America, which will be closing in November.
After backing out of the Virginia Museum of Transportation, the last remaining N&W "J" class basks in the morning sun awaiting an NS leader to be added.
More stored power rests on the West side of the 10th Street bridge in Roanoke. The lines of locomotives are a continuation of the photo that was submitted and became a Top Shot the week of August ... (more)
The early morning sun rises on a plethora of stored locomotives in the West Yard.
The NS 1169 leads the NS 29G east past a large group of stored power and hoppers in the West Yard.
Running in reverse.
A Relic still straying away from becoming a lot of Coca-Cola cans.
Hanging with the Brick.
Amtrak Northeast Regional #156 has just left the Roanoke Station and is eastbound passing the Norfolk Southern East End Shops on it's way to Lynchburg.
NS 165 slowly pulls into the Roanoke, Va yard with an SD70M leader. In the background is downtown Roanoke, and to the right is just a portion of the hundreds of locomotives in the dead line.
Amtrak heads out of the star city of Roanoke, Va along the canal.
The Southern heritage unit leads NS 165 westbound into Roanoke, Va as it skirts along the canal. This is the first time I had seen this unit leading