Rows of autorack cars occupy Williamson Yard with the now inactive roundhouse in the distant background. I'm assuming these were in storage with the recent downturn in automobile demand due to COV... (more)
Loaded coal train idling on the main at Williamson Yard
Back when business was booming, I ventured out on the old pedestrian bridge over the Williamson Yard, and caught this AR rolling through the city on a dreary January afternoon...
The Crew looks over 603 as it's being serviced in Williamson, WV Yard
Norfolk and Western 603 is being serviced and taking on water
611 departs Williamson with Train No.15 The Cavalier
NS 9738, after enduring several delays after this latest winter storm punch, has received verbal permission to proceed through the Williamson Yard to Sycamore on the east end. Note the large round... (more)
The OCS makes an appearace in Williamson.
Talk about lost, A crew member stops a hi railer and asks for directions west as this BNSF AC motor is a rare sight and far from home along the NS Pokey Division.
As the sun sets, a lone remote controlled SD40-2 makes up a train in the yard at Williamson.
NS 7557 rolls out of Williamson Yard with some black gold under the watchful eye of Massey Coal's CEO's residence perched on the mountain.
Coal is still the name of the game in the Williamson Yard. The office and roundhouse in the background are still being used today.
Switching engines in the Williamson Yard.