A freshly rebuilt SD60E leads a pack of motors under the old coaling tower at Bluefield.
The NS Interstate heritage unit is serving in pusher duty along The Pokey. Here, the unit and another AC leave the yard to go to the rescue of a underpowered grain train at Farm
A crew retrieves the locos from the service area as they get the units ready to go into pusher service for the day.
A lone Virginian Heritage unit hustles loaded Top Gons along the Pokey with the coal dust flying.
A set of NS Heritage units, Erie, 1068 and Southern 8099 are serving as pushers along the Pokey.
NS Heritage unit, Lehigh Valley and another AC unit cut off from a coal train while an empty coal train heads back to the coalfields for a refill.
A unique set of Pokey pushers consisting of the Southern 8099 GE Heritage unit paired with the EMD Erie Heritage unit. Both wearing green paint made for an unusual sight along the Pokey. I called... (more)
A NS research train sits idle for the weekend in the Bluefield Yard under the old coaling tower.
A Pokey pusher set gets service before returning into the coalfields to help get the coal drags up the tuff Pocahontas grade.
NS 185 waits their turn to leave the The Bluefield Yard.
The Southern Heritage unit has just cut off a train, recrewed and goes back west to push another train up the tuff Pokey grade.
It made my day to catch my two favorite NS Heritage Units on the Pokey. The PRR and N&W units sure do make a handsome pair.
PRR and N&W Heritage units rest under the old coaling tower in Bluefield.
A newly built SD40E sits in the yard beside a couple of AC and DC Pokey workhorses. The old coaling tower continues to stand tall.
18M pours on the power to get the train over the grade into Bluefield Yard. Another train conquers the tough Pokey grade between Williamson and Bluefield.