The power of NS 867 is making the shove mover to couple up to a cut of loaded cars to build it's train. We're in Yards VA right on the Virginia, and West Virginia state line at Flat Top Yard. (N 3... (more)
Eastbound 656 rolls through Flat Top Yard.
A train is being built in the yard for the trip east to the port.
NS 762 has a full train and two pushers. They won't be stopping to pick up loads today.
Coal rolls by on the main while the 9213 works on building a train out of Flat Top Yard for Bluefield
195 rolls north through Yards at the Virginia / West Virginia state line with an SD60 leading the way. This N&W cantilever wont be around too much longer with its replacement sitting on the sideli... (more)
Building its train on a dreary evening in the N&W coalfields, a vibrant consist featuring two western competitive Class I locomotives couple onto a string of loaded NS Top Gons. The 160 car train ... (more)
A pair of western visitors idle at the east end of Flat Top yard, waiting to reverse west on top of a cut of loaded hoppers. Once their loaded drag is assembled and the helpers successfully tag on... (more)
NS' Penn Central heritage locomotive leads eastbound freight train 188 through Yards, VA on a snowy February morning.
NS 199 stops in Flat Top Yard to pick up a cut of cars on a beautiful fall afternoon along the Pokey.
CW40-9 NS 9435 leads SD60 6706 with a unit Ethanol train coming through Flat Top yard in Yards, VA. Note the dog feasting on a dead deer.
In this pretty snow-scene, the Lehigh Valley heritage unit shoves hard on the rear of No. 762 through Yards, Va., after completing its assault over Elkhorn Grade on NS' busy Pocahontas District.
With a herd of six horses, doublestack freight NS 233 rushes west thru Flat Top. As the sign attests, the move will be in the great state of West Virginia in seconds on this bitterly cold and snow... (more)
Near Flat Top Yards, NS J5J assists eastbound NS 52Q toward Bluefield, featuring NS' Interstate Railroad heritage ES44AC.
The Southern heritage unit switches some loaded hoppers in Flat Top Yard in a town appropriately named Yards, VA on the former N&W Pocahontas District.