NS 194 crosses mains at Old Joe in the freezing rain.
NS 17M makes its way west past the old CPL's during a misting rain/snow mix along The Pokey. The consist featured eight engines but not all of them were running.
A Pokey pusher set gets service before returning into the coalfields to help get the coal drags up the tuff Pocahontas grade.
NS 5069 and NS 5175 are being used to power this Pokey work train.
A daily autorack helps make up the traffic along the Pokey while a siding full of old NYC and Conrail cars await the scrappers torch. A sign of the tuff times for coal along the Pokey.
A coal train leans into the near 13 degree curve at Ought one.
A coal train passes The Matewan Depot Replica.
The first AC motor purchased by NS, NS 8000 rests in the Auville Yard under the old coaling tower.
NS 185 waits their turn to leave the The Bluefield Yard.
The NS Heritage Unit in pusher service along the Pocahontas Division.
A pusher set enters Coopers Tunnel, built in 1902 and modifed in 2010 during the Heartland Corridor Project.
A grain train blasts out of Elkhorn Tunnel and crosses the Bluestone River via the Coopers Trestle.
After changing mains at Glen Alum, NS 233 regains track speed.
NS 82W creeps around the corner while waiting on NS 233 and the signal at Glen Alum.
NS 272 splits the old N&W signals at Devon.