Eastbound NS 126 rushes across a trestle in Pulaski, Va with the Norfolk and Western heritage unit and 4000 in charge.
On a beautiful summer morning, NS 126 charges through Max Meadows on the Pulaski district with the N&W heritage unit and the blue 4000 in charge.
A still relatively clean older AC44C6M rebuild leads a late evening 23g east by the old Marion Depot on the Pulaski district.
Daylight is quickly fading on the overcast day as NS 202 isn't far out of Bristol on it's way to Roanoke for a crew change. Leading is an SD70ACC rebuild.
NS 22A prepares to enter the siding to meet 202, coming north from Bristol.
Famous 4-8-4 N&W 611 takes a momentary breather at Pulaski, VA with a Roanoke to Bristol ferry run. The 611 and her 13 sisters rolled through here regularly during the '50s (and earlier for some o... (more)
Southern 630 takes leave of Abingdon, VA after a station stop. The train is running close to the schedule of number 45, the old Tennessean.
Eastbound at Crockett, NS 202 follows NS 23G on the Pulaski District toward Radford.
After meeting NS 22A at Crockett, NS 23G continues east toward Roanoke.
Operating at track speed, NS 23G blasts through Rural Retreat on the Pulaski District.
After getting a quick recrew at Bristol, NS 22A picks up speed headed for the VA/TN border.