Former N&W GP40, 1383, exits Roderfield Tunnel with a westbound light engine move.
By 1959 diesels had replaced the J class 4-8-4's on Norfolk and Western passenger trains. The few J's that remained continued to earn revenue for the railroad by hauling freight and even powered l... (more)
Former Southern/Central of Georgia SD40-2, 3290, notches up the throttle as the eastbound coal train exits Roderfield Tunnel.
J59 trio rolls over the Tug Fork and ducks into Roderfield Tunnel...
One of the newer 44AC's already prowling the Pokey as a "pusher"...
A westbound manifest exits Roderfield tunnel on a beautiful fall afternoon.
NS 233 creeps out of the recently modified Roderfield tunnel and crosses the Tug Fork River.
With the sun not far over the ridge 233 heads west pulling uphill out of Vaugh tunnel about to enter Roderfield Tunnel; both of which have already been notched for doublestacks. Some day this very... (more)
Out of one tunnel and into another. 759 rides in the sun amongst the shadows as pulls westbound loaded hoppers up the hill out of Vaughn Tunnel and into Roderfield Tunnel
NS 822 explodes out of Roderfield Tunnel and across the Tug Fork with 110 loads and a three unit helper set shoving on the rear.
U30 smokes out of Roderfield Tunnel with a long cut of 95 loaded Top Gons out of Williamson Yard. The train will pick up helpers at Farm a few miles up the line.
Pushers on the rear of U24 dig in as they cross the Tug Fork River and slip into Roderfield Tunnel on the Pokey mainline.