Norfolk & Western SD45 1724 with Hi-short hood.
One of these things is not like the other... sitting in the engine terminal at NS Bellevue yard first thing in the morning.
A new crew has just gotten on board and 20R is continuing its trek towards Cleveland as it pulls through Bellevue yard.
NS 184 snakes its way through Bellevue yard.
An SD40-2 coupled with a pair of RPU6 slugs shove the last of a very long cut of cars over the hump with the setting sun just above the horizon
Thoroughbreds of many varieties wait in the engine pit for service or assignment outside the Locomotive Shop in the Norfolk Southern Bellevue Yard
The Wheeling transfer to NS rolls through the yard.
View of the engine shops in Bellevue Yard.
View of the power at Bellevue Yard.
NS Bellevue yard's engine terminal looks a little more colorful these days with leasers running around including at least 2 ex-Oakways, ex-Soo and ex-UP units on hand.
Surrounded by black standard cabs, this BNSF widebody looks out of place as it awaits to take 14T east later in the day.
The afternoon hump job shoves cars towards the hump as a local crew heads to the shops to tie up for the day.
Though many mainline trains aren't running, two hump jobs are working the hump at Bellevue on a sunny & hot fourth of July.
Today's visitors to the Norfolk Southern locomotive shop include SD70ACe UP 8653, and behind it a mystery object wrapped in a green tarp.
Evening glint on a Bellevue hump job.