NS train 781( southbound coal train) makes a quick crew change in Shenandoah, Virginia with former SD70 on the point.
NS 201 enters Shenandoah Yard on a warm Saturday morning.
NS 201 begins in southbound move early Sunday morning with the leader number previously held by the NS OCS F unit.
A short on time NS 16T enters Shenandoah yard after it broke a hose just south of Elkton, Virginia.
NS 955 sits in the north end of Shenandoah yard awaiting it's next destination. This low priority train came in overnight and would sit for 24 hours before making it's next move.
NS train 201 departs Shenandoah on a beautiful spring morning. The station to the right is still in use for crew changes today.
NS 052 arrives in the south end of the Shenandoah Yard in a view rarely seen.
The sign says it all! BNSF 9564 leads NS train 15T south out of yard at Shenandoah with a few N&W relics still on duty.
NS 15T enters approaches the yard office in Shenandoah, VA on warm winter morning.
EMDX 1608 & 1609 rest in Shenandoah yard after being pulled from 202 the previous day. These locomotives didn't sit long and went back to Roanoke on 15T.
NS 911 enters Shenandoah yard with a historic lash-up.
A glimpse of sunlight provided this opportunity.Its winter in the Shenandoah Valley!
The graffiti on the tank of the leader could be a future NS motto "Off we go!"
NS 2507 waits for the rest of the crew to arrive in the south end of the Shenandoah.